The Liberia Football Association (LFA) has postponed this week's three-nation tournament in Monrovia that includes Ghana.
The local Black Stars were scheduled to play Guinea and the host nation from 24-26 May.
However, the LFA wrote to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Tuesday afternoon informing the GFA of the decision by the country’s government to postpone the tournament to next month.
"This tournament is governmental and that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has informed us of the change for which we have decided to have same communicated to you at this time,” the letter from the LFA read.
The Confederation of African Football fined the Liberian Football Association $10 000 and banned its president for six months on Thursday because he used the minutes from a CAF executive committee meeting without permission.
CAF said the punishment against Hassan Bility was decided at a meeting of its disciplinary board on April 25 after he accessed "confidential documents" without the body's "prior approval."
Liberia clashed with CAF's hierarchy recently after the West African country appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport over election rule changes that appeared to be engineered to favour incumbent CAF president Issa Hayatou by limiting who could challenge him.