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Deputy PM Jama Meets Somali Diaspora in USA

Storyline:National News

GOOBJOOG NEWS | WASHINGTON DC: Federal Republic of Somalia Deputy Prime Minister Saleh Ahmed Jama Monday met the Somali diaspora in the United States where he briefed them on the various developments in the country.

The meeting, which was held in Washington DC was attended by representatives of various Somali communities and organizations in the US, especially those living in the capital and its surrounding areas.

During the meeting the Deputy Prime Minister briefed the attendees on the achievements and challenges of the federal government, and highlighted the ongoing efforts to enhance security, stability, governance, and economic development in Somalia.

He also praised the role and contribution of the Somali diaspora in supporting their homeland, and urged them to continue their engagement and participation in the national development process.

Deputy PM Saleh said that the federal government is committed to creating a conducive environment for the return and reintegration of the Somali expatriates, and to providing them with opportunities to invest and work in the country.

He added that the government values the input and feedback of the Somali diaspora, and welcomes their suggestions and recommendations on how to improve the situation and address the needs and aspirations of the Somali people.

The meeting was part of the Deputy PM’s official visit to the US, where he also held talks with senior US officials and partners on bilateral relations and cooperation, as well as regional and international issues of mutual interest.