On Friday, Indian President Droupadi Murmu received credentials from four envoys who had recently arrived in India.
Ahmed Ali Dahir, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Somalia, Francisco Teodoro Maldonado Guevara, Ambassador of the Republic of Ecuador, Dr. Philipp Ackermann, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, and Arunkoemar Hardien, Ambassador of the Republic of Suriname presented diplomatic papers to the President.
hmed Ali Dahir, a former Attorney General of Somalia, stated that the Indian government sent congratulatory messages to Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and the newly appointed Cabinet members.
President Murmu condemned last week’s al Shabaab attack on the Hayat hotel in Mogadishu, which killed 21 people and injured 117 more.
Ambassador Dahir emphasized the importance of strengthening bilateral ties between the governments of Somalia and India.