(05-03-23) Doha, Qatar – President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud of Somalia held talks with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Binu Hamad, during the United Nations Forum on Developing Countries in Doha, Qatar. The meeting focused on the future of the relationship between the two countries and their mutual interests in the stability and development of the region.
During the talks, the Emir of Qatar expressed his gratitude to the President and his delegation for attending the forum and reaffirmed his government’s commitment to supporting the government of Somalia. He also discussed the development projects that the Qatari government has been undertaking in Somalia and pledged to accelerate their progress.
For his part, President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud emphasized that the people and the government of Somalia welcome anyone who supports their efforts towards achieving stability and development. He also expressed his appreciation to the Emir of Qatar for the support his country has been providing to Somalia.
The meeting between the two leaders is seen as a positive step towards strengthening the cooperation between Somalia and Qatar. It is expected that the development projects initiated by the Qatari government in Somalia will play a crucial role in promoting economic growth and stability in the country.
Somalia has been facing significant challenges in recent years, including political instability, a fragile security situation, and economic difficulties. The support of the international community, including Qatar, is critical in helping the country overcome these challenges and achieve lasting stability.
President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud’s participation in the United Nations Forum on Developing Countries is an important opportunity for Somalia to engage with the international community and seek support for its efforts towards sustainable development. The talks with the Emir of Qatar are a clear indication of the importance that Somalia attaches to its relationship with Qatar and the potential benefits that this cooperation can bring to both countries.