Somali President Leaves Country

The President of Federal Republic of Somalia, Mohmed Abdalla Ali, left country, Friday noon, after two days visit to the country, where he were seen off at Khartoum airport by the President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer al -Bashir, and number of ministers and the state’s officials.
The State Minister at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hamid Moumtaz, has described the visit in press statements as successful, during which the two presidents have held a joint talks at the Republican Palace with the participation of number of ministers and officials of the two countries, and discussed ways for boosting the bilateral relations between them, and the support for the two governments efforts for realizing security and stability in Somalia.
The State Minister noted that the visit indicates depth and strength of the two countries bilateral relations, and the importance of promoting them to achieve their common interests. He added that it was agreed upon the activation of the political consultative committee between the foreign ministries of the two countries to promote relations for a wider horizons, while a number of bilateral agreements were signed in the fields of agriculture, education, animal wealth, immigration and passports, and the civil aviation authority.