The neighboring country of Somalia, Djibouti opened its embassy in Mogadishu, after a highly organized ceremony in Mogadishu, Somalia. 10/12/2010
The opening ceremony took place inside the new building of the Djibouti Embassy. Parliament members, ministers, governors, Mr. Abdulahi Mohamed Omar The deputy Prime Minister of the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia, Mr. Ahmed Omar, The Yemen Ambassador to Somalia, Mr. Fadil Aljsuli, the Sudan Ambassador to Somalia, the special envoy of Arab League to Somalia, Mr. Mohamed Abdalla Idiris and other honorable guests form various parties of the Somali community were invited to participate the opening ceremony of Djibouti Embassy in Somalia.
The Djibouti Ambassador to Somalia, Mr. Dayib Dubbad Roble, who made a speech at the opening ceremony, said the opening of the Djibout Embassy to Somalia was due to a decision from the Djibouti president, Mr. Ismail Omar Gelle, of which he was aimed as the two brother nations of Djibouti and Somalia to share the long standing problems of Somalia together, as to live in a lasting peace and prosperity.
The Ambassador also declined that the Capital city, Mogadishu is a safer place and possible for every country in the world to open its embassy in Somalia, as to support and share with the Somali people the sadness and the unforgettable effects caused by the long term wars which caused Somalia to be one of the lowest and poorest nations of the world.
Mr. Abdulahi Mohamed Omar, deputy prime minster of Somalia, who also made brief speech at the ceremony told that the opening of Djibouti Embassy in Somalia expresses that the two nations are twins who have each other a long term and undeniable gratitude.
Soon after Mr Omar's speech the national flag of Djibouti was hoisted inside the new compound of the Djibouti Embassy to Mogadishu, Somalia.