The Liberian foreign ministry in Italy has raised concerns about the lack thereof health insurance coverage for its employees and has requested prompt action from President George Weah.
The Liberian Diplomatic near Rome, Italy has alerted the Minister responsible for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel McGill, who is on a European tour, about the absence of health insurance as one of the restraints impacting the embassy workers.
Ambassador Andrew Kronyanh further emphasized that people find it difficult to get treated for ailments because they do not have health insurance. This is a crucial human requirement in western countries.
The diplomat nonetheless thanked the government for the prompt payment of wages and rents for the embassy, noting that they will always prefer the prior approach of quarterly payment of salary and perks instead of being paid monthly.