Green Diplomacy: Somali Foreign Minister Initiates Sustainable Tree Planting Campaign at Ministry Headquarters

In Mogadishu, Somali Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Amb. Ahmed Moallim Fiqi Ahmed, initiated the planting of 2,000 fruit, shade, and flower trees near the Ministry’s headquarters. The event was attended by Ministry officials and staff as part of the Somalia Greening Campaign to show their dedication to environmental sustainability and the creation of green spaces.
Minister Fiqi stated, “We are planting 2,000 fruit, flower, and shade trees as a part of the Somali Greening Campaign at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. This project demonstrates our commitment to protecting the environment. Let’s plant a tree today to protect against desertification tomorrow.”
Recently, Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mahamud pledged $10 million to combat climate change, desertification, and preserve biodiversity in the Horn of Africa nation.

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