President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo received credentials from the newly appointed ambassadors of Egypt and Norway to Somalia, Mohamed Al-Said Ahmed Al-Bas and Mr. Gunner Andreas.
Egyptian Ambassador Mohamed Al-Said Ahmed Al-Bas shared with the President a message of greetings from his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, outlining his efforts to strengthen the historic ties between the two governments and the two brotherly peoples.
Meanwhile, the Norwegian Ambassador to Somalia, Mr. Gunner Andreas, who presented his credentials to the President, shared with the President of the Republic his gratitude for the warm welcome extended to him by the people and government of Somalia.
The President and the new Ambassadors discussed strengthening diplomatic relations and cooperation between the Federal Government of Somalia and the Governments of Egypt and Norway, and shared with the Ambassadors the significant achievements and progress made by the Federal Government of Somalia in the areas of security, economy, debt management, fighting terrorism and rebuilding the National Army.
The President also told the Ambassadors that they were welcomed by the Somali people and that the Federal Government of Somalia would continue to support them in fulfilling their diplomatic missions.