Ambassador Lewis Brown Arrives In New York, Meets UN Deputy Chief of Protocol, Clarifies Previous Media Reports

Amb Brown in handshake with the Deputy Chief of Protocol at the UN , during the courtesy call ahead of presentation of letter of credence   Ambassador Brown was briefed about the protocols and had a guarded tour with members of the UN protocol team
Amb Brown in handshake with the Deputy Chief of Protocol at the UN , during the courtesy call ahead of presentation of letter of credence Ambassador Brown was briefed about the protocols and had a guarded tour with members of the UN protocol team

Liberia’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Permanent Representative of Liberia to the United Nations has arrived in New York to assume his official duties at that world’s body despite media reports that he is still in the country.

Another Scene Of Ambassador Brown's Courtesy Call
Another Scene Of Ambassador Brown’s Courtesy Call

The former Liberian Minister of information who was also commissioned by the Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as her direct representative to Cuba spoke to this outlet via his New York mobile phone that he has already taken over his official duties in New York.

Speaking further, the outspoken Liberian diplomat expressed displeasure on media report of not being given diplomatic visa to leave the country. Noting, “I am speaking to you from my New York office, and in fact I just paid a courtesy call on the Deputy Chief of Protocol at the United Nations, Madam Nicole Bresson-Ondieki  ahead of the presentation of my letter of credence to the Secretary General of the United Nations on the 3oth of June, 2016,” Ambassador Brown in a rather friendly tune said.

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