Credit: Facebook/ British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble
Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, in London, met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, to discuss three points.
“I met in London with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose government is hosting the International Conference on the Advancement of Education,” Roble said in a statement.
Roble said he discussed three issues with Johnson:
1. Strengthening relations between the two countries.
2. Security issues in Somalia and the region.
3. Development of education, economy, politics and aid to Somalia.
Roble said Britain was one of the longest-standing international partners in Somalia, assisting in many key areas of state-building in the country.
Earlier, the caretaker Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble met with the country’s foreign secretary, Dominic Raab.
The meeting was discussed strengthening bilateral relations, security issues and the political situation in Somalia, according to a statement from the Office of the Prime Minister.
Roble also spoke to the British Secretary of State for Counter-Terrorism and Elections in the Upper House of the Jubaland Parliament in Kismayo.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister thanked the UK Government for its unwavering support for Somalia, which has many facets.
The meeting is part of a series of separate meetings. The Prime Minister is holding in London, where he will hold talks with various UK government officials and other officials.