Ivoirian government delegation which visited Grand Gedeh County, southeastern Liberia last week has warned fellow compatriots not to rush back home.
According to our correspondent Johnson Sharty, the delegation told its countrymen and women that though the war has ended, they should not return to their towns and villages in the absent of total disarmament.
Johnson said the delegation informed the refugees how situation back (Ivory Coast) was still fragile and there was a need for a total disarmament of all combatants who took part in the country’s conflict.
The delegation which was received and escorted to various settlements by Grand Gedeh Superintendent, Chris Bailey donated 24 bags of rice, cartoons of soap and US$3,000.
The gestures were made at every host communities in the county, and the border with Ivory Coast has re-opened with the movement of people on both sides.