Somalia: President Mohamed met Turkish Deputy Prime Minister

 The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, H E  Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, met Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Hakan Çavuşoğlu and his delegation.
Mogadishu President  thanked the Turkish government for its support in all its support to Somalia and praised the brotherly relations between Turkey and Turkey.
Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister thanked the warmly welcomed by the Federal Government and the delegation, and praised the Federal Government’s ongoing reconciliation efforts and the progress made in the political process.
The Deputy Prime Minister stated that they will implement the agreements signed in Ankara in January this year, beginning with the Somali fishing investment.
President Mohamed spoke with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on the sidelines of the Istanbul Conference on Somalia to strengthen the relationship between the two countries and the economic and investment cooperation. He thanked Turkish government for training, training and equipping the Somali army to liberate the terrorists.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister said this year, they have increased the budget allocated to the Federal Government, and will invest in the Shabelle River to increase agricultural productivity in Somalia.
The meeting was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia, Mr. Mahdi Mohamed Guled, Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Abdikadir Ahmed Kheyr, Presidential Adviser to the President Mr. Mohamed Abdirisak.
Turkish Ambassador to Turkey Olgan Bekar, TIKA Head Serdar Çam, MP Muhammed Müfit Aydın, MP Halil Etyemez, Turkish Parliamentarians