MOGADISHU, Somalia– Federica Mogherini began her visit today in Mogadishu, Somalia where she met Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre. She also visited EUTM Somalia troops and EUCAP Somalia personnel.
Continuing her visit in the Horn of Africa, Federica Mogherini will visit Kenya, where she is due to meet President Kenyatta and Members of Government. In Kenya, she will also launch a cross border programme, meet with youth and civil society organisations as well as inaugurate the new EU Delegation offices in Nairobi.
She will conclude her visit by travelling to Djibouti and Ethiopia. In Djibouti, she will meet President Ismail Omar Guelleh, Foreign and International Cooperation Minister Mahmoud Ali Yousouf, as well as Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Mahboub Maalim. She will also visit the EU’s ATALANTA maritime security mission and a EU funded project of desalinisation.
In Addis Ababa, she is due to meet African Union Commission Chair Moussa Faki Mahamat to discuss the next EU-African Union ministerial meeting and regional issues.
Press points during the mission and photos will be made available on EbS.
The EU in the Horn of Africa
The EU is working actively to strengthen its partnership with the region which shares many common interests with the European Union, from tackling climate change to boosting investment, to better managing migration and creating opportunities for youth.