GOOBJOOG NEWS | DJIBOUTI: Federal Government of Somalia president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is in Djibouti for the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) head of states summit.
The summit provides a platform for leaders in the region to engage in constructive dialogue on a range of issues affecting the region with the current crisis in Sudan being part of the agenda.
Leaders at the summit will also discuss ways of maintaining peace in the region and how to tackle the threat of terrorism which has plagued many countries and calls for a unified approach from all member states.
President Mohamud’s presence at the summit underscores the commitment of Somalia to regional cooperation and stability.
As a member of IGAD, Somalia actively engages in discussions and initiatives aimed at promoting peace, security, and socioeconomic development in the region.
The president’s participation in the summit reflects Somalia’s determination to contribute to the ongoing efforts to address pressing issues and strengthen regional integration and also offers an opportunity for Somali delegates to meet regional leaders and foster stronger relationships among countries in the region.
The engagement and commitment of President Mohamud and other participating heads of state reflect a united front and a shared vision for a more prosperous and secure East Africa.
The IGAD summit in Djibouti serves as a proof of the continued efforts of regional leaders to work collectively towards a better future, strengthening regional ties, and advancing the interests of their respective nations.