Cummings Meets Chinese Ambassador -Mutually Beneficial Discussions to Cement Liberia-China Relations
MONROVIA – With the crucial October 2023 Presidential election drawing near, prospective presidential candidates are leaving no stone unturned in reaching out to the country’s key international development partners, with the hope of garnering continued support just in case they come out as winners in the October polls.
Against this backdrop, the Standard Bearer of the opposition Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) met with one of the country’s foremost development partners on Wednesday, January 11, 2023 at the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Congo Town where Mr. Alexander B. Cummings and Ambassador H.E. Ren Yisheng discussed prospects for better mutual collaboration.
According to a dispatch from the CPP, the two statesmen discussed the future of Liberia’s relationship with the People’s Republic of China and the importance of strong and competent leadership for Liberia’s development.
The two leaders expressed confidence in the continuation of the Liberia-China relationship, and the value of strong and competent leadership as invaluable to the development of nations.
The Chinese diplomat accordingly praised the leadership experiences of Mr. Cummings as “important for Liberia’s future” and looks forward to working with him and others in the best interests of the two friendly nations.
For his part, the CPP Standard Bearer thanked the Ambassador for the warm reception and informed of his desire, when elected President, to work with all nations of the world to promote Liberia’s best interests, which includes creating jobs for Liberians and ensuring the vibrancy of its economy so that it works for all Liberians.
The CPP Standard Bearer assured the Chinese diplomat of his commitment to Liberia’s peace, security, and democracy as well as the building of mutual trust and respect toward strengthening the enduring relations between the two nations.