1 May 2014

Somalia: Govt Requests Exoneration of International Debt

Somali minister for foreign affairs and international cooperation Dr. Abdirahman Beyle has told VOA Somali version that the federal government of Somalia has requested the international community to let off the country's debt.

Dr. Beyle who is currently in Tunisia for an official duty has confirmed that his delegation had a meeting with representatives from African Development Bank.

Somalia owes African development bank millions of dollars which was borrowed before and after the civil war in the country.

Dr. Beyle was senior official in the African development bank before his appointment as the minister for foreign affairs and international cooperation.


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