Mogadishu (SD) – Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo presented medals and certificates of honor to officials and staff who worked to restore airspace management, stressing the importance of ensuring the country’s independence, governance and the dignity of the nation.
The President pointed out that the history of our country will honor every citizen who has played a role in restoring the airspace of our country, and future generations will point to the patriotic work they have done for their country and people.
“Restoring our country’s airspace has been a difficult task, as there have been many concerns about the quality of our personnel and equipment, but this view has been disproved by Somali aviation officials and experts who have shown competence and loyalty to their national responsibility.” Said Farmajo.
The President presented the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, Mohamed Abdullahi Salad metal of honor, and commended the Civil Aviation Authority for leading the country in a short period of time in terms of air traffic management.
Also, President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo presented Certificates of Merit to all who participated in the National Plan for the Restoration of Somali Civil Aviation, Civil Aviation Authority officials and the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation.
The Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, Mohamed Abdullahi Salad, and the Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority, Ahmed Moalim Hassan, reported on the country’s progress in civil aviation and airport security, pointing out that international airlines have dared to use Somalia’s airspace.
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