Saudi Arabia government has sent back thousands of livestock that was exported from the seaport of Bosaso in Somalia. A ship carrying 27,000 livestock that was owned by Somali traders was returned, back to Bosaso due to unknown reasons. The Saudi government is yet to disclose the reasons for sending back the shipload of livestocks.
The move comes days ahead of the Hajj season and Eid Al-Adha, when livestock demand is high in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia is one of the biggest markets for Somali livestock, which has recently removed a suspension on Somali livestock giving a greenlight for importing. source dhacdo