We aspire to further cooperation and growth”

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Hargeisa(ANN(-“We are confident that in the near future we will make significant progress and to develop and improve bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries UAE and Somaliland” he said,United Emirates to Somaliland Ambassador Abdalla Alnaqbi.

On this occasion, I would like to extend my deepest thanks and great gratitude to His Excellency Somaliland President, Musa Bihi Abdi, and everyone who contributed to the support and success of this work.

Amb. Al-Anqabali speaks at a ceremony in Dacar-Budhuq district, east of Hargeisa, and attends the opening Monday ceremony of Somaliland President Muse Bihi Abdi at the Dacar-Budhuq Bridge as part of the Somaliland-Ethiopia Road project Corridor funded by the UAE government, which aims to divert goods from Somaliland’s international port of Bebera to neighboring countries, particularly Ethiopia, a landlocked country.

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I am pleased to welcome on behalf of the United Arab Emirates and on behalf of His Highness the President of the State Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, may God protect him, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, may God protect him, and on behalf of the UAE delegation. he said.

Through which we aspire to further cooperation and growth,

We are confident that during the coming period we will achieve more progress and prosperity in various fields, in order to achieve common interests, and to develop and develop bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries.

I would also like to refer on this occasion to the foreign policy of the UAE, which relied on openness to the world, this openness, which reflects the lofty message that the UAE has carried since the era of Sheikh Zayed, may his soul rest in peace, which is the call for world peace, and work for the establishment of broad relations And to communicate with different countries of the world and to achieve stability and prosperity in the region, and in confirmation of this vision, the UAE is working to build bridges of communication and openness with the various countries of the world and its people, and to translate this into actions and policies at the internal and external levels, and from that policy, the UAE has sought since The start of its diplomatic relationship with Somaliland to Develop and strengthen those relations through a number of development projects, including:

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DP World projects

Investments in the port of Berbera

And the subsequent investment and opening of Berbera International Airport

These projects are proof of the keenness of the leaderships of the two brotherly countries to activate joint cooperation in various fields.

Accordingly, the UAE welcomes all proposals and initiatives that would stimulate the economic growth of Somaliland and its honorable people.

Mr. President, Excellencies, distinguished guests,

The economy represents an important pillar in the UAE’s cooperation relations with Somaliland. The depth of the relations that unite the two countries, and the common concern to advance those relations in all fields, renews our hope that the coming period will witness qualitative shifts in the course of those relations, due to the important projects that have been undertaken completed in the last period.

The current level of economic and commercial relations has developed, grown and is heading for the better, and there is a clear consensus between the leaderships of the two countries, based on the need for knowledge to strengthen the partnership relations in the coming years. he said, Ambassador UAE to the Republic of Somaliland, Abdalla Alnaqbi. He wished the two countries, the UAE and Somaliland success and development.

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