NAIROBI (SD) – Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and his Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta met in Nairobi today and had a fruitful meeting on the strengthening of relations between the two countries and the future cooperation between the two neighboring peoples of Somalia and Kenya.
The two Presidents agreed to strengthen the security, economic and political cooperation between the two countries, having agreed to an agreement to remove the barriers to immigration that resulted from the diplomatic row between the two countries.
Somali citizens have a special opportunity to facilitate entry into Kenya, as Kenya Airways flights have been restored to the country.
Presidents and Uhuru agreed to strengthen business cooperation between the two countries, Somali businessmen given the opportunity to export fish to Kenya, and the border between Somalia and Kenya be opened, which is part of facilitating the movement of goods and services between the two countries.
The two presidents decided that the Joint Cooperation Committee between Somalia and Kenya (JCC) will meet in Mogadishu in August this year, and shape the security, agricultural development, trade, health, education, training and finding solutions to climate change problems.
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