8 June 2018

Djibouti: Somalia, Djibouti Discuss Security Operation

Somali PM Hassan Ali Khaire and his Djiboutian counterpart Abdulkadir Kaamil have discussed security and law enforcement cooperation between the two brotherly countries.

The two leaders have signed several bilateral agreements on Thursday held talks in Djibouti city, where Somali premier is paying a two-day official visit began last Wednesday.

The talks between two prime ministers focused on strengthening the diplomatic relations between the two nations. The Investment and telecom sectors were high on the agenda.

During his visit, Somali PM and his delegation met with Djiboutian president Ismail Omar Gelleh in Djiboutian capital on Thursday.

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