The Somali president travels to Ethiopia

The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, HE Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed and a delegation led by The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, arrived in Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, where he will attend a regional summit of IGAD member states, the African Union and the United Nations. to address the crisis in South Sudan.

The 8-member IGAD leaders will meet on a one-day conference, reviewing the successful plans for reconciliation in South Sudan, the provisions of the previous agreements signed by the parties to the conflict in the country and the current challenges it faces and is full of stability.

President Mohammed Abdullahi Mohamed and Somali diplomats, together with this conference, will be headed by the IGAD Heads of State, the Federal Government of Somalia, on the basis of strengthening the security of the region, and ending all hostilities, through compromise, compromise and discussion, to challenges and re-development of the continent.

The Somali Federal Government is part of the diplomatic efforts to address the civilian casualties in the late 2013, since Somalia has taken an active role in plans and conferences on solving problems that delayed South Sudan’s progress on the journey of the President of Addis Ababa Ethiopia.