The Speaker of the National Assembly of Djibouti arrives in Mogadishu


The Speaker of the National Assembly of Djibouti, Mohamed Ali Houmed arrived in Mogadishu, the Somali capital on Monday, his 2nd go to to the Horn of Africa nation since 2017, Axadle reports.

Lower House Speaker Mohamed Mursal accompanied by members of the 2 Houses and other authorities officers acquired Houmed at Mogadishu’s Aden Adde International Airport as heavy rainfall hammering the seaside metropolis.

After the welcome, the Djiboutian speaker alongside his Somali counterpart flew to Baidoa metropolis, the capital of Southwest State to participate within the opening ceremony of the regional meeting session.

Sources confirmed to Axadle that the visiting speaker will probably be a chief visitor on the sixth session of the Somali Lower House of parliament which is slated on Wednesday ninth October.

Throughout his keep, Houmed will meet with prime authorities officers together with President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed “Farmajo” and Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire in regards to the strengthening of relations between the 2 international locations.

For a few years, Djibouti’s Home of Representatives has been working intently with the brotherly Somali Parliament to assist it enhance its legislative, consultant and oversight capabilities.

In December 2011, Djibouti grew to become the third nation to contribute to AMISOM – African Union Mission in Somalia and deployed a contingent of 960 troops into Somalia to assist the nation defeat the Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabab group.


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