Liberian leader President George Manneh Weah, who is among the world leaders at the COP26 Climate Change Conference, met with United States President Joe Biden as the two leaders took a photo.
Glasgow is a port city on the River Clyde in the western lowlands of Scotland. It is famous for its Victorian and Art Nouveau architecture, a rich heritage of the city’s prosperity in the 18th and 20th centuries thanks to trade and shipbuilding.
Liberians who saw the photo posted on social media via Spoon TV would be overwhelmed, hoping that the meeting between the two leaders will lead to fruitful results for the maintenance of Liberia / US relations.
In a related development, Queen Elizabeth II urged world leaders attending the UN climate summit to “rise above the politics of the day,” saying in a video message on Monday that she hoped that they could work together for the benefit of future generations.
The 95-year-old monarch was due to attend the Glasgow reunion, but had to cancel the trip after medics said she should rest and not travel. The Queen recently had medicals and spent the night in a London hospital – her first hospital stay in years.
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