President Farmajo holds talks with Emir of Qatar Tamim Bin Hamad
Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo who is on official working visit in Doha Qatar has on Sunday held meeting with the Amir of Qatar Tamim Bin Hamad.
The two leaders discussed strengthening the bilateral relations and cooperation between the two nations.
According to information from the office of the Presidency, the two heads of States underscored the importance of completion of development project implemented by Qatar government in the country and building of economic infrastructure in the country.
The two leaders also discussed several key issues among them being the relationship between the two countries and the joint interests towards the stability and development of the region.
The president further thanked Qatar government for its unwavering support towards the building of Somalia.
"H.E @M_Farmaajo thanks @TamimBinHamad & #Qatar people for their unfaltering solidarity with #Somalia in strategic social-economic areas. Our leaders agreed to further the everlasting 🇸🇴🤝🇶🇦 fraternization grounded on the advancement of our nations & people for reciprocal gains." tweeted his office.
Villa Somalia said on Saturday that the President had on Saturday left Moqadishu for Doha, Qatar for two days official working visit during which he will engage talks with Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on critical issues key among it being strengthening of bilateral of bilateral relations.
“His excellency President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo arrived this evening on an official working visit to Doha where he is scheduled to meet with his brother, the Emir of the sisterly Nation of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad,” Villa Somalia tweeted.
The office further had outlined that the President and the Emir of the host Nation will deliberate on strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.
“His Excellency will deliberate with His Highness Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani tomorrow, Sunday, the bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to advance them.” added the statement.
His State visit comes as the country continues to grapple with Lower House elections which has missed deadline for three times and has been riddled with allegations of corruption and manipulation.
The parliamentary elections have been scheduled to be completed on March 15th.