Djibouti (SD) – Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo and his Kenyan counterpart, Uhuru Kenyatta have today met in Djibouti for first time since Somalia cut its diplomatic ties with Kenya.
The closed-door meeting was brokered by the host Djiboutian president, Ismail Omar Guelleh and Ethiopian prime minister Abiy Ahmed.
Sources said the meeting focused on the latest issues that deteriorated the relations between countries.
Somalia has been at loggerheads with Kenya recent months as both sides traded accusations.
The Horn of Africa nation which on Saturday accused Kenya of amassing military at border has today mobilised hundreds of its elite soldiers in Dolow town.
Military sources confirmed that the troops who were flown from capital and central Somalia will stationed in Beled-Hawa town.
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