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Thursday, May 30, 2024


    After four years of service, Somalia’s Ambassador to Kenya bids farewell.

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    Somali Magazine – On Tuesday, a goodbye reception was conducted at the Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs offices for Ambassador Mohamud Ahmed Nur (Tarsan), who completed his term as the Federal Government of Somalia’s ambassador to Kenya.

    Dr. Abraham Korir Sing’Oei, Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs, as well as other dignitaries and members of the Kenyan diplomatic corps, attended the ceremony.

    Ambassador Tarsan has served as Somalia’s ambassador to Kenya since 2018, and he has played an important role in developing the two nations’ ties. He was also a peace and stability crusader in East Africa and the Horn of Africa.

    Dr. Sing’Oei thanked Ambassador Nur for his good service and practical contribution to the development of Kenya-Somalia ties. He also expressed his appreciation for Ambassador Nur’s “personal commitment to peace and stability in the Horn of Africa.”

    Dr. Sing’Oei went on to say that Ambassador Nur was a “valuable friend” and a “true Kenyan friend.” He also lauded him for his “untiring efforts to promote peace and stability in the Horn of Africa.”

    Ambassador Nur expressed his gratitude to the Kenyan government for its “warm welcome” and “relentless support” during his service. He also complimented his coworkers for “the people and the efforts they demonstrated.”

    He expressed his optimism that Somalia-Kenya bilateral relations will continue to expand and prosper in the future. He also stated that he will always be Kenya’s friend and brother.

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