President George Manneh Weah congratulates the Government and people of the Federal Republic of Germany, on the occasion commemorating German Unity Day.
The Federal Republic of Germany Wednesday, October 3, commemorated German Unity Day, a Public holiday that commemorates the anniversary of German reunification in 1990, when the goal of the United Germany, which originated in the middle of the 19TH Century, was fulfilled again.
In his message to Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of the Federal Republic of Germany, President George Manneh Weah, on behalf of Liberia, extends heartfelt congratulations to the German leader, and through him, to the Government and people of Germany, as they commemorate this historic landmark in their national existence.
According to a Foreign Ministry release, President Weah also expresses confidence that as Liberians join the people of Germany in this memorable celebration, the two leaders will reflect on the resilience of the human spirit demonstrated by the German people as they withstood the aftermath of World War II, which separated families and friends and artificially divided Germany.
The Liberian leader further recounts that despite the historical calamities, the world witnessed the restoration of a unified Germany, the landmark event of November 9, 1989, “which brought down the Berlin Wall and subsequently led to the Unification of Germany”.
Furthermore, President Weah says as the people of Germany celebrate this auspicious occasion, his Government will work closely with the Federal Republic of Germany in renewing cooperation in several fields including agriculture, science and technology, education amongst others.President Weah then wishes for President Steinmeier good health and for the people of Germany joyful celebration. Press Release