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A high level Djiboutian delegation led by its Speaker of Parliament has today landed Mogadishu’s Aden Abdulle International Airport.

The delegation led by Idris Arnaa’ud Ali, the Djiboutian house Speaker, was received at the airport by senior Somali Government officials and Djiboutian peacekeepers.

Mr. Idris told the press that his arrival in Mogadishu is intended to boost relations and corporations between the two East African countries.

He also addressed the Somali parliament where he urged the members to always serve in the best interests of the Somali people whom they represent.

On the other hand, Somalia’s Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Osman Jawari expressed delight and gratitude for the visit paid by his Djiboutian counterpart, Mr. Idris.

Djibouti is one of the few countries who have contributed troops to the AU peacekeeping mission in Somalia and its troops are currently deployed in Baladweyne and some parts of Mogadishu.

 

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