Djibouti (SD) – The government of Djibouti has Tweeted today that its territory will not be used for “military intervention” in neighboring countries.
The remarks came in response to a U.S. military general expressing concern about the impact of the Ethiopian war on the region, and US forces in Djibouti being ready to respond to the crisis.
“Gen. William Zana the Com of the camp Lemonier gave an interview to the BBC explaining how the American forces in Djibouti were carrying out a mission of fighting terrorism and the protection of their nationals in the unlikely event of evacuation.” Tweeted Foreign Minister Mohamud Ali Yusuf
Adding “Some expressed the concern about Djibouti’s territory being used for hostile intervention in the neighboring countries . That is not going to happen for The Djiboutian Government is attached to its relations with its neighbors.”
Mohamud Ali Yusuf said Djibouti appreciates its important cooperation with the United States.
The US military base in Djibouti is often launches anti-terror attacks and operations in Somalia.
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