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The Embassy of Liberia


Address: Kurfürstenstr. 8410787 Berlin

Tel.: (+49) (0)30 26391194

Fax: (+49) (0)30 26394893

E-mail: info@liberiaembassygermany.de; liberiaembassygermany@gmail.com


The Ambassador

Amb. Youngor Sevelee Telewoda


Youngor Sevelee Telewoda is born on September 3rd 1952, in Firestone, Margibi County, Liberia.

Telewoda got her High School Diploma at the College of West Africa, Monrovia, Liberia, 1967 – 1970.
She got her Bachelor of Business Administration (Management) at the University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia, 1971 – 1974, and her Master´s degree in Business Administration at the Pace University, New York, USA, 1976 – 1979. Further, she Telewoda also has a Diploma in Project Planning and Budgeting for Rural Development in Third World Countries from the University of Bradford, England, April - July 1982.

Telewoda has been the Ambassador for Singapore, Japan and since 19th of July 2018 she is the Ambassador to Germany.


1981 - 1984

Assistant Budget Director (Administration), Bureau of the Budget, Executive Mansion, Monrovia, Liberia



1983 - 1985

Principal Budget Analyst (Technical Services), Bureau of the Budget, Executive Mansion, Monrovia, Liberia

1985 - 1987

Counsellor (Economic Affairs), Liberian Permanent Mission, United Nations, New York

1988 - 1992

Minister Counsellor, Liberian Permanent Mission, United Nations, New York

1993 - 1997

Chargé d' Affaires, a.i, Liberian Embassy, Brussels, Belgium

1997 - 2002

Minister Counsellor/Deputy Chief of Mission, Liberian Embassy, Brussels, Belgium

Jan 2000 - Sep 2002

Minister Plenipotentiary, Liberian Embassy, Brussels, Belgium

Sep 2002 - Sep 2003

Chargé d' Affaires, a.i, Liberian Embassy, Brussels, Belgium

Sep 2003 - Dec 2010

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Kingdom of Belgium, The Netherlands, The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and the European Union

Telewoda has been the Ambassador to Singapore and Japan and she is now the Ambassador to Germany.
She speaks English and French.




With regards to bilateral relations between Germany and Liberia, Germany has become an important partner of Liberia. Until the outbreak of civil war in late 1989, Liberia was one of Germany’s priority countries in terms of development cooperation. The German private sector had a strong presence in the country. With its wealth of natural resources (in particular iron ore, timber, rubber, gold and diamonds as well as proven offshore oil reserves), Liberia remains an attractive prospective market for German investors.

Acting on behalf of the Federal Government, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) is advising the Liberian government on the reconstruction of the country’s transport sector as well as on natural resource governance and renewable energy.  Environmental cooperation focuses on providing support for the Taï-Sapo National Park (also involving Côte d’Ivoire).