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Liberian flag Embassy of Liberia in Cairo

Address44 Mohammed Mazhar Street
Zamalek, Cairo
Egypt
Phonelocal: (02) 2735.9799
international: +20.2.2735.9799
Faxlocal: (02) 2736.5597
international: +20.2.2736.5597

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Sayed Abubakr
Fri, 14 Aug 2015 14:03 EDT
what is your recent address ?
Kindly update your location information. Some links still read (Ahmad Samy Street) others say (Ahmad Orabi street ) -- which one is the recent and corrects?
Philip K. Whoewieh
Mon, 30 Sep 2013 12:23 EDT
AviationTraining /LCAA sponsorship Liberia
H.E Ambassador:
I like to inform you of our training visit at United ATS in New Cairo Egypt.We are five trainees attending the Aviation training from Sept 22-0ct, 2013 .Namely: Philip K. Whoewieh
D.Uriah Porter
Peter Fineboy
Paul Welmonger
Pitman Swen
We can be contacted on #01157872798/
0r email:philipwhoewieh@yahoo.com
Thank you ever so much for this site.
Muhammad Kromah
Thu, 27 Jun 2013 06:31 EDT
Current and most accurate address of the Liberian Embassy in Egypt
I am pleased to inform that the Embassy of the Republic of Liberia in the Arab Republic of Egypt has been relocated from Zamalek to the address below:

4th floor, 9 Ahmed Samy El-sayed Square
Mohandessen, Cairo

PHONE Local: (02)3762.6794
Int'l: +20.2.3762.6794

FAX Local: (02)3762.7194
Int'l: +20.23762.7194

EMAIL: liberiaembassycairo@yahoo.com

I hope the management of this website will make the necessary ratification on our Embassy's address.

I am an employee of the embassy.

Thanks

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