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    Somali Parliament Speaker Ends Diplomatic Visit to Djibouti.

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    MOGADISHU, Somalia Mr. Sheikh Adan Mohamed Noor (Madobe), Speaker of the Federal Government of Somalia’s Parliament, has returned from a successful official visit to Djibouti.

    During his official visit, Speaker Madobe held detailed conversations with his Djiboutian counterpart, emphasizing the need to strengthen the two countries’ fraternal connections. The discussions were primarily targeted at strengthening the bonds between the respective parliaments, demonstrating a commitment to regional cooperation and mutual legislative support.

    The Somali Speaker’s schedule includes talks with high-ranking authorities such as Djibouti’s President, Ismail Omar Guelleh, and other significant dignitaries.

    These meetings highlighted both governments’ common objective of working closely on issues of mutual concern and improving the collaborative structure that supports respective legislative bodies.

    This visit builds on Somalia and Djibouti’s long-standing friendship and collaboration as both nations negotiate the difficulties of regional politics and governance. The stronger legislative connection is intended to pave the door for future collaborative efforts and cooperative undertakings benefiting both nations’ citizens.

    As Mr. Sheikh Adan Mohamed Noor (Madobe) returns to Somalia, the outcomes of his discussions in Djibouti are expected to be reflected in the Somali Parliament’s actions and policies, demonstrating a renewed commitment to intergovernmental harmony and legislative collaboration.

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