21 March 2013

Djiboutian Ambassador, Somali President Discuss Bilateral Relations

Djibouti's Ambassador to Somalia Dayib Doubad Robleh met with Somali President Sheikh Hassan Mohamud in Mogadishu on Tuesday (March 19th) to discuss strengthening bilateral co-operation between the two countries, Djibouti's La Nation reported.

The two men discussed the security situation in Mogadishu and the upcoming international conference on Somalia due to be held in London in May.

Mohamud also praised Djiboutian soldiers for their efforts to treat victims of the cholera epidemic in Beledweyne. Mohamud said his government is working on establishing a new administration in Beledweyne to better co-ordinate the work of local officials and the Djiboutian contingent.

Following the meeting, Mohamud thanked Djiboutian President Ismail Omar Guelleh for his continued commitment to lasting peace and stability in Somalia.

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