Mogadishu (SD) – Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, in a speech to the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, reported on the government’s progress on security and politics, the impact of the Covid-1 pandemic and the economic challenges it has caused.
The President spoke about the Government’s plan to hold free and fair elections that will strengthen democracy and political transparency in the country, pointing out that the Somali people are characterized by compromise and compromise as the key to political stability, unity and solidarity.
“Despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, we are still working hard to hold inclusive national elections, so that the Somali people can decide their future,” the president told the Assembly.
The President shared with world leaders that the government and people of Somalia have focused on controlling the epidemic of COVID-19 and its economic impact, commending the self-sacrificing efforts of the Health Workers in saving the public.
President Farmajo also claimed that they are winning the war on terror.
“We are successfully countering the threat of international terrorism through our brave forces working with AMISOM and international partners, to make the world a safer place,” he said.
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