Liberia: Foreign Minister Kemayah Admonishes Graduates of the Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute
Foreign Minister Maxwell Kemayah has admonished graduates of the Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute to remain focused and make a difference in representing Liberia.
Delivering his Keynote address over the weekend when he served as guest speaker of the 69th graduation ceremony of the Foreign Service Institute, Minister Kemeyah described the ceremony which coincided with the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Institution as historic.
The Liberian Foreign Minister spoke on the theme, the Role of the Diplomatic Personnel in Enhancing the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development Amidst the Global COVID-19 Pandemic”.
Minister Kemeyah also used the occasion to thank the faculty and staff of the Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute for their tireless efforts in training the 45 graduates who underwent intensive 9-month studies in diplomacy and international relations as prescribed by the Institute.
The Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute was named in Honor of Liberia’s Secretary of State Gabriel L. Dennis, who served as Secretary of State from 1944-1954.
The institute was established in 1951 as a professional training and research unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.