Somalia, Saudi Arabia agree to enhance bilateral relations

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MOGADISHU, Somalia – Somalia and Saudi Arabia have agreed to enhancing bilateral relations, after meeting in Saudi’s capital Riyadh.

Somali senator Ayoub Ismail Yousif  held talks with Saudi Information Minister Awad bin Saleh al-Awad, discussing on developments in the region.

Sen. Yousif and Al Awad have also agreed to enhance bilateral relations and joint cooperation between Somalia and Saudi.

The meeting was held on the sidelines of the celebration of the selection of the Arab League Riyadh as the capital of Arab media.

Sen. Yousif expressed his congratulations to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the selection of Riyadh as the capital of Arab media.

He also praised the Kingdom’s efforts in supporting Somalia.

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