Somali president arrives in Nairobi, Kenya
MOGADISHU, Somalia – The Federal Republic president of Somalia, Mohamed Abudllahi Farmaajo has arrived in Nairobi, Kenya for a one day work visit.
The president Farmajo’s delegation was warmly welcomed by senior Kenyan officials at Joma Kenyatta International airport, according to Villa Somalia.
Mr. Mohamed has held talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta, discussing bilateral issues and security matters including the continued support for African Union mission in Somalia.
Kenyan forces have been playing a big role for peacekeeping mission in Somalia.
“We arrives in Nairobi, Kenya for a one day work visit to discuss bilateral relations and further cooperation on key security, trade and diplomatic ties”, president Farmaajo said.
The president added: “Kenya is a reliable friend and a great ally”.
For his part, President Uhuru warned against interference in Somalia, saying “The region is not at peace. Somalia remains troubled, largely by foreign agents who weaken its government”.
“If Somalia remains unsettled, let us admit that South Sudan nation remains in crisis,” he added during State of the Nation Address, the
Kenya has however promised to support Somalia to ensure peace and stability.
By Abdirisak Mohamud Tuuryare from Mogadishu, Somalia