Prime Minister Barre Urges Somali Business Leaders in Kenya to Drive Economic Growth and Innovation in Somalia

Somali Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre recently convened with Somali entrepreneurs in Nairobi to discuss their crucial role in the nation’s rejuvenation.
Barre emphasized the various prospects and hurdles associated with Somali governance and underscored the government’s commitment to the Somali state-building process.
Encouraging Somali business owners in Kenya to contribute to enhancing investments and spearheading initiatives that drive employment opportunities for the Somali youth.
“I urge entrepreneurs to invest in our nation and create employment avenues. This investment offers a chance to leverage our East African Community (EAC) membership, paving the way for new market opportunities and economic progress,” he emphasized.
Somalia and Kenya recently inked agreements aimed at strengthening bilateral relations and boosting trade and investment to bolster both economies.
During a meeting between Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Somali Prime Minister Barre in Nairobi, discussions also focused on collaborative efforts to eradicate cartels and foster fair and sustainable trade practices beneficial for all parties involved.
The two countries resolved to cooperate in removing barriers hindering the movement of people and goods, promoting investments, and unlocking new markets of shared interest.

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