Strengthening Diplomatic Ties: Somalia and Kenya Sign Bilateral Agreements

Somali Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre lauded the recent bilateral agreements on political consultations, education, and defense between Somalia and Kenya, signed in Nairobi on Monday night.

During a bilateral meeting in Nairobi on Tuesday, Prime Minister Barre emphasized the historical and fraternal relationship between the two countries, highlighting regional cooperation for stability and development. He reaffirmed Somalia’s commitment to playing an active role in East African connectivity.

Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, also the Cabinet Secretary for Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, stated that the three bilateral instruments aim to further solidify cooperation between the two nations for the mutual benefit of their people.

Prime Minister Barre and the Vice President led the Somali delegation, while Kenya participated in the Kenya-Somalia Joint Commission for Cooperation meeting concluded in Nairobi on Tuesday.

Barre stressed that the bilateral talks lay a strong foundation for enhancing the relationship between the two countries. He expressed optimism about the progress of the talks and the agreements to be reached.

Highlighting the negative effects of climate change affecting both nations, Barre underscored the importance of climate cooperation and environmental protection.

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