October 6, 2022

Villa Somalia details Farmajo-Erdogan meeting

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President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, who is on a working visit to the Turkey-Africa Cooperation Conference in Istanbul, met with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

The two Presidents discussed the strengthening of friendly relations and deep cooperation between Somalia and Turkey, as well as the acceleration of previous plans for cooperation in the areas of security, education, health, economy, investment and development, and the launch of further initiatives as part of a new partnership plan between Africa and Turkey.

President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo shared with his Turkish counterpart the achievements of the Federal Government of Somalia in stabilizing the country, rebuilding security institutions, boosting the economy, debt consolidation process, counter-terrorism and infrastructure development.

The two Presidents reaffirmed the importance of the two countries’ development of cooperation based on the interests of the two nations and the need to enhance relations between Africa and Turkey. He lauded the significant achievements of the Somali people and government and encouraged Somali entrepreneurs to market their products in Turkey.

Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo thanked the President and the people of the Republic of Turkey for their brotherly support to the people and government of Somalia, and pointed out that the Turkish government is a close and strategic friend of Somalia.

The President was accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Abdi Said Muse Ali, the Director General of the National Presidency Mohamed Abdullahi Isse, our Ambassador to Turkey Jama Abdullahi Aideed and Director Abdisalam Saleban Kodar.

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