The Somali Immigration and Nationality Agency has today issued a new statement on the reopening of international flights in the country. The agency said in a statement that international flights would reopen on Monday, in line with a decision by the Somali Cabinet of Ministers.
The Somali Immigration and Nationality Agency have also made it a requirement for people from outside the country, and has announced that everyone must have a certificate of non-communicable disease COVID-19, which is the most common. More than 72 hours before the trip. The agency also called on airlines to inform their customers of the new COVID-19 control policy.