Somali President arrives in Djibouti

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Somali President Mohamed Abudllahi Farmajo has arrived in Djibouti on Thursday, after receiving an official invitation from his Djiboutian counterpart.

Mr. Farmaajo is set to meet with Djibouti President Osmail Omar Gelle to amend ties between Djibouti and Mogadishu.

Last month, Djibouti has condemned last week’s call by Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed for the lifting of U.N. sanctions against Eritrea.

The Somali president urged an end to the economic sanctions and arms embargo that the U.N. Security Council imposed on Eritrea in 2009 for its alleged support of Islamist militant forces in Somalia.

Mohamed said lifting the sanctions would promote the “economic integration of the Horn of Africa region.”

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