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Old May 21st, 2014, 03:11 AM   #21
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Egypt and Somalia Discuss Their Ties




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The two leaders have discussed the ties of the two countries. The state minister thanked the Egyptian government of the reconciliation conference for Somalia held in Egypt in the past, the scholarships given to the Somali students to learn in universities in Egypt and all the support Egypt gives to Somalia. Hon. Burci acknowledged that Egypt
took part in setting up the Somali government institutions and delivering humanitarian
aid in some parts of the country.

On his end, the ambassador of Egypt to Somalia pledged that Egypt will revive the educational institutions that it has established in Mogadishu and will extend them to other parts of Somalia.

He added that his government will soon implement major projects in Somalia including
the construction of schools and hospitals.
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Somalia: President Receives Credentials From Serbia's Ambassador to Somalia, Mr Ivan Zikovic

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Mogadishu — The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, HE Hassan Sheikh Mohamud today received credentials from the newly appointed Serbian ambassador to Somalia, Mr Ivan Zikovic.

The President assured the Ambassador Zikovic that Somalia warmly welcomes the new relationship between the two countries, "I am very happy to welcome you to Somalia. My government is ready to fully cooperate with you to fulfil your obligations and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship."

In particular, the President noted the Ambassador Zikovic's plans for development cooperation, especially in the area of vocational training for Somalia youth, "Vocational training is very important for the healthy future of Somalia. 20 years of disrupted education due to civil war means that vocational training required urgent strengthening. I am certain that support in this area will ensure much progress in Somalia"

Ambassador Zikovic said Serbia stands ready to collaborate with Somalia in several development sectors such as education, science, agriculture, vocational training, and health.


Also present at the occasion was the interim Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr Abdirahman Beyle Duale.
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Old February 6th, 2015, 09:15 PM   #23
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What on earth could Serbia want?
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What on earth could Serbia want?
Political support/backup? (Kosovo)
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What on earth could Serbia want?
Serbia might not be the richest place but they could be good when it comes to helping train Somali students in technical fields for a lower price than in richer countries. And obviously, it's good to broaden foreign relations, it makes Somalia's government look more legit.
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Serbia might not be the richest place but they could be good when it comes to helping train Somali students in technical fields for a lower price than in richer countries. And obviously, it's good to broaden foreign relations, it makes Somalia's government look more legit.
It has a good military and produces inexpensive military hardware. Back in the old days when the country use to called Yoguslavia, Serbia was its base.
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Old February 9th, 2015, 07:43 AM   #27
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^ Until the embargo is withdrawn, Somalia doesn't have access to their weapons.
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Old February 12th, 2015, 12:40 PM   #28
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^ Until the embargo is withdrawn, Somalia doesn't have access to their weapons.
I thought the arms embargo was partially lifted? Meaning that we coud at-least import tanks and other basic equipment.
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Another installment of Hodan Nalaye's trip to Somalia w/ Integration TV. This installment highlights Turkey's relationship with Somalia.

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US reopens embassy in Somalia after nearly three decades

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The United States has reopened its embassy in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, nearly three decades after it was shut as the Horn of Africa nation plunged into civil war.

Washington closed its embassy during the 1991 overthrow of then-President Siad Barre's military regime which ushered in decades of chaos. However, diplomatic relations have strengthened in recent years.

"Today we reaffirm the relations between the American people and the Somali people, and our two nations," said Donald Yamamoto, the US ambassador to Somalia, in a statement on Wednesday.

"It is a significant and historic day that reflects Somalia's progress in recent years, and another step forward in regularising US diplomatic engagement in Mogadishu since recognising the federal government of Somalia in 2013," he added.
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