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    Tanzania commits to help Somalia’s security.

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    DAR ES SALAAM. Tanzania has vowed to continue assisting Somalia in a variety of sectors, including military and security, to secure long-term stability in the new Eastern African member state.

    President Samia Suluhu Hassan made the vow earlier on Saturday, after meeting with her Somali counterpart, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, at the State House in Dar es Salaam.The Somali Head of State is in the nation on a one-day state visit.

    Tanzania’s Samia Suluhu Hassan told reporters that her government is willing to teach Somalis in the military and other sectors like health and education.

    Aside from security, Dr. Samia stated that the two nations have begun a path to improve collaboration in the health and education sectors.

    Somalia’s President, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, expressed gratitude to the Tanzanian government for their support during tough times.

    He stated that the arms embargo against Somalia has been removed as a result of his country’s successful debt reduction efforts.

    Mohamud’s visit to Tanzania is his first visit to the country and the first since Somalia joined the East African Community.

    He was one of seven heads of state that attended the Union’s 60th anniversary celebrations in Dar es Salaam.


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