The Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt near Monrovia has donated four laptop computers and a printer to the Bureau of Afro-Asian Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Presenting the donation on behalf of the Egyptian Embassy, Mr. Wael Abdelmonem Mossallam, an official from the embassy, said the donation is to boost the logistic capacity of the bureau aimed at deepening the cordial ties and bilateral cooperation between Egypt and Liberia.
Mr. Mossallam further expressed the hope that the friendly cooperation subsisting between Liberia and Egypt, which has come a long way, will be further strengthened to the mutual benefit of the two governments and peoples.
Receiving the computers on behalf of the Ministry, the Assistant Minister for Afro-Asian Affairs, Hon. Rosetta Nagbe-Jarkollie, remarked that the ministry is very thankful to the Egyptian Government for the kind gesture, which she added would be used to enhance the work of the Bureau.
“On behalf of the Acting Minister and the entire ministry, we express our heartfelt gratitude to you and through you to the Government and People of Egypt, for your kind donation. You can be assured that it will be used to enhance the work of the Bureau of Afro-Asian Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs”, Assistant Minister Jarkollie stated with great excitement.
Minister Nagbe-Jarkollie further acknowledged that Egypt has always been a friend to Liberia in good and bad times. She added that her office looks forward to strengthening the bilateral relations with Egypt in different fields while at the same time hoping that this donation would not be the end of assistance to the Foreign Ministry.