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    Somalia and Djibouti have agreed to strengthen bilateral relations and cooperate in different parts.

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    Somali Magazine – On Wednesday, Somali Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre met with Djibouti President Ismail Omar Guelleh.

    The two leaders met to discuss strengthening bilateral and diplomatic relations.

    They also discussed ways to strengthen security and economic cooperation between the two brotherly countries.

    Prime Minister Hamza thanked the Djibouti government for its long-standing support for Somalia’s statehood, peace, and stability, reaffirming the two countries’ deep connections.

    President Guelleh, for his part, praised Somalia for its recent positive trajectory, which included the easing of the arms embargo, the struggle against Al-Shabaab, membership in the East African Community, and debt relief.

    He underscored his administration unwavering commitment to further advancing partnership with the Somalia government in areas mutually beneficial to both sides.

    The meeting between the leaders highlights the significance of the strong partnership between the two countries in different areas.

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