Djibouti (HAN) January 8, 2015 – Public diplomacy and Regional safety and security news. The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Somalia, Dr. Cabdiraxmaan Ducaale Bayle told Geeska Afrika Online security reporter in Mogadishu that,
“The perfect word to describe Somalia hosting IGAD Council of Ministers meeting this Saturday in Mogadishu.” Dr. Cabdiraxmaan Ducaale Bayle added his statement that “A MILESTONE” in the areas of security and diplomacy.
Somali Federal government wants IGAD regional body to reduce their influence in the administration of regional Federal states of Somalia.
According to Geeska Afrika Online Sources, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Somaliland, Mohamed Bihi Younis or Dr. Mohammed Abdilahi Jama Sifir will attend IGAD Council of Ministers meeting in Mogadishu.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Somaliland, Mohamed Bihi Younis has been busily engaged in furthering the Somaliland cause since he has been appointed as his present post the Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Special Representative of UN Secretary-General Nicholas Kay has invited, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Somaliland, Mohamed Bihi Younis to attend regional IGAD meeting.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Somaliland Younis, has got more supporters of being professional of Somaliland diplomat and people of Somaliland
Special Representative of UN Secretary-General Nicholas Kay in Somaliland: Special Representative of UN Secretary-General Nicholas Kay visited Somaliland earlier last August. Mohamed B. Yonis, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
The Geeska Afrika Online is Free government-funded. HAN (Horn of Africa newsline) shapes its editorial policy free from political and commercial influence.
Geeska Afrika Online (1985 -2015) – The International Gateway news and views about the Horn of Africa (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, South Sudan, Djibouti, Kenya and Uganda), the best IGAD news and information Online Site for the last 30 Years.
HAN & Geeska Afrika Online (1985-2015), the oldest free independent Free Press in the region, brings together top journalists from across the Horn of Africa. Including Ethiopia, Somalia, Eritrea, Sudan, Djibouti, South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Oromo, Amhara, Somali, Afar and Harari. Plus, we have daily translations from 150 major news organizations in the Middle East and East African regions. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org