On the Margins of UNGA 72nd Session, President Sirleaf Receives Honor as Global Goalkeeper

Friday, 22nd September 2017
President Sirleaf makes remarks at the Global Goals Awards Ceremony in New York

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Wednesday, 24th October 2007
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf received the 2007 Freedom Award on Tuesday October 23, in Memphis, Tennessee. Before receiving the award, President Sirleaf held talks with US President George W. Bush at the White House. Activities from President Sirleaf's visit to the US are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Monday, 15th October 2007
Six Government Officials were officially commissioned by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Friday October 12, 2007, at the Foreign Ministry in Monrovia. Scenes from that commissioning program are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Sunday, 7th October 2007
German Chancellor Angela Merkel paid a one-day visit to Liberia on Sunday October 7, 2007. Scenes from that visit are highlighted in this Photo Album. Browse Album

 

Wednesday, 3rd October 2007
Former Associate Justice Angie Brooks Randolph was laid to rest on Wednesday October 3, 2007 in Virginia. Scenes from the funeral are highlighted in this photo album. Browse Album

 

Saturday, 29th September 2007
Opposition politician Gabriel Baccus Matthews was laid to rest on Saturday September 29, 2007. Scenes from the funeral are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Friday, 21st September 2007
President Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone paid a one-day working visit to Liberia on Friday September 21. Scenes from that visit are highlighted in this Photo Album. Browse Album

 

Monday, 27th August 2007
The Mano River Union Youth Parliament held its Second Regional Session in Monrovia between August 27-31. The session, which was held under the theme "Youth: Strategic Partners for Peace, Security and Poverty Reduction in the MRU Basin", was sponsored by USAID. Browse Album

 

Friday, 24th August 2007
August 24, 2007 has been commemorated in Monrovia and other parts of Liberia as National Flag Day. In Monrovia, students, the Liberia National Police and other civic groups braced the occasional heavy downpour of rain, parading the principal streets of the city. Browse Album

 

Thursday, 16th August 2007
A seven-member Congressional delegation visited Liberia on August 16, 2007. During the visit, members of the delegation reiterated the US government's commitment to the reconstruction and development of Liberia. Browse Album

 

Tuesday, 7th August 2007
President Yayi Boni of Benin on Tuesday August 7, 2007 arrived in Liberia as guest of the Liberian Government. Scenes from the visit hare highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Monday, 6th August 2007
On Monday August 6, 2007, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf honored outgoing Nigerian Ambassador Eineje Onobu at the Foreign Ministry in Monrovia, Liberia. Scenes from the honoring program are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Monday, 30th July 2007
A national honor was conferred on the outgoing Chinese Ambassador Lin Songtian by President Ellen Johhnson Sirleaf at a ceremony on Monday July 30, 2007, at the Foreign Ministry in Monrovia. Browse Album

 

Sunday, 22nd July 2007
Photos commemorating the 160th Independence Anniversary of the Republic of Liberia are highlighted in this photo gallery. The observance of this year's celebrations will be marked by a series of events, to be climaxed in the city of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County. Browse Album

 

Thursday, 19th July 2007
On Tuesday July 17, 2007, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf attended a summit of leaders of the Mano River Union. The summit brought together Sierra-Leonean President Tejan Kabbah; Guinean Prime Minister, Lansana Koyoute and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who served as Chairperson. Browse Album

 

Wednesday, 11th July 2007
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative was launched in Liberia on Tuesday July 10, 2007. The program was attended by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Finance Minister Antoinette Sayeh, Lands Mines & Energy Minister Eugene Shannon, US Ambassador Donald E. Booth, and other stake holders. The launch of the initiative is another step the Liberian Government has taken in promoting transparency and accountability in all of its dealings. Browse Album

 

 

 

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