Cuba's Chargé d'affaires in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, paid a courtesy call to the Liberian Minister of Health, Dr. Bernice Dahn, who welcomed him at the headquarters of the Ministry of Health of that West African nation.The Cuban diplomat sent his counterpart a fraternal greeting on behalf of the government and Cuban health authorities, in particular the Minister of Health, Roberto Morales Ojeda.
Accompanied by several colleagues, Mr. Emmanuel Nuquay, Speaker of the Liberian House of Representatives, received the Charge d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia, within the framework of a courtesy visit of the latter to the Liberian parliamentarian. The meeting took place in the Conference Hall of the House and also attended by the Second Secretary Carme Maury, for the Cuban side.
The head of the Cuban diplomatic mission in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, was received in his office by the president pro-tempore of the Liberian Senate, Mr. Armah Zollu Jallah, senator for the county of Gbarpolu. The chief of the High Chamber was accompanied by Senator Peter Coleman, chairman of the Senate Health Committee and representative of Grand Kru County. For the Cuban side was also present the Second Secretary, Carmen Maury.
In order to pay a courtesy call, Cuban mission chief, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, was received at the headquarters of the ruling party of that country, Unity Party, by several official of this organization. The Liberian delegation was headed by Mr. Eugene Lenn Nagbe, current Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism of Liberia and secretary general of UP, accompanied by Isaac F. Mannah, national vice chairman for government relations, among other leaders of the organization. The Chargé d'Affaires was accompanied by the Second Secretary Carmen Maury.
On Friday, January 27, the diplomatic mission of Cuba in Liberia celebrated the arrival of the 58th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. The celebration welcomed members of the diplomatic corps, representatives of international organizations and the United Nations system and officials of the Liberian government as well as representatives of the Liberia-Cuba Friendship Association and students graduated in Cuba. The official act was presided over by the Liberian party, Mr.