US Delegation attested that the country is peaceful and stable
THT- The President of the Republic of Somaliland, H.E. Muse Bihi Abdi received at the presidential palace a large delegation from the United States of America consisting of former diplomats and military, and the Academic of the Heritage Foundation who were on a business trip to the country for the last few days.
He gave the delegation general information about the progress made by the country and the cooperation of the people and the successive governments that were transferring the power of the democratic system subsequently.
The president also shared with the members of the delegation the issues of Somaliland that the international community and the rest of Africa can acknowledge, which is security, development, free and fair elections, democracy, and cooperation. He thanked the members of the delegation for their visit to the country.
On the part of the delegation, they thanked the President and the people of Somaliland for the valuable welcome they received in the country, noting that they visited many places during their stay in the country given that they came to the country at different times; but that was the time when they came from the country recovering from the destruction of wars, but today is a time when there is a lot of progress in the country, and they were aware of the changes and progress that Somaliland has made during that period.
They praised the government and the people of the Republic of Somaliland for the progress they have made in terms of security, democracy, and good governance, and they showed that the country is peaceful and stable.
Many people praise Somaliland the development and inter-dependence and cooperation of the people and the government.
The President was flanked at the meeting by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr Isse Keyd Mohamud, Financial Development Dr Saad Ali Shire and the Somaliland Ambassador to the United States Amb. Bashir Goth.
The delegation was composed of Mr. Tibor Nagy, former Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, Ambassador J. Peter Pham, former US envoy in charge of parts of West Africa, especially the Sahel region, former commander of the United States Forces in Africa (Africom) General William “Kip” Ward, and Mr Joshua Meservey, from the Heritage Foundation, specializes in African and Middle Eastern politics.