National Small Arms commission Holds congratulatory Program for Liberia New Ambassador to UN

Ambassador Wesseh and  some officials of Goernment during the program in his honor
Ambassador Wesseh and some officials of Goernment during the program in his honor
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Liberia Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Conmany B. Wesseh, has disclosed that One Million United States Dollars has been secured for the operation of the Liberia National Commission on Small Arms.

Speaking Tuesday at a congratulatory program held in his honor at the National Commission on Small Arms office at the Foreign Ministry, Amb. Wesseh also disclosed that a US$50,000 package is on hand for the renovation of the Commissionís office.

Ambassador Wesseh expressed gratitude to the Coordinator and entire staff of the Commission for their efficiency and dedication demonstrated over the period, leading to the success of the small arms program in Liberia.
 
He then pledged continuous support to the Commission on its campaign against the proliferation of small arms and light weapons not only in Liberia, but the sub-region.

The ceremony was attended by several officials of government including Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for International Cooperation, Hon. Elias Shoniyin; Hon.  Assistant Foreign Minister for Public Affairs, Josephus M. Gray; Hon. J. Alphonso Secrate Nimely, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for International Organization, and Hon. Maccus Koffa, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for American Affairs, among others.

In separate remarks, they praised Amb. Wesseh for his preferment as Liberia Permanent Representative to the UN, and his leadership role in improving the Small Arms Commission, which has made significant achievement in the country.