Mogadishu — A high-level delegation led by Djiboutian president Ismail Omar Gelle has on Sunday arrives in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu as the horn of Africa nation moves towards peace and stable stage, after free and fear landmark elections.
The Djiboutian President Ismael Omar Gelle and his high-ranking delegation were received at Aden Abdulle International Airport in Mogadishu by senior Somali Government officials and Djiboutian troops who are part of the African Union Peacekeeping Mission in Somalia(AMISOM).
Hon. Ismael Omar Gelle is taking part the inauguration ceremony of Somalia's newly elected President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud on Sunday, September 16, 2012.
Similarly, Turkish deputy prime minister Baker Bozdag landed in the capital on Sunday, to attend the handing over ceremony where the newly elected Hassan Sheikh Mahamoud will be formally crowned as the new president of Somalia.
A number of other delegates and world leaders, mostly from east African countries, presidents of Sudan, Djibouti, Uganda, and Kenya are also in Mogadishu for the same reason, the inauguration ceremony of Somali president.