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Published On: Sat, Nov 5th, 2016

Somaliland attends Turkish-African Business Summit

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Turkish govt has officially invited Somaliland delegation to take part a conference aimed at encouraging investment between Africa and Turkey.Kenya, Somaliland and Djibouti are invited to attend the investment summit from the Eastern African countries.The minister of Technology, Ali Hamud Jibril is attending the high-level conference dubbed as Turkish-African Business Summit

Hon. Binali Yildirim, Turkish PM has officially announced the summit open and made a keynote speech at the event.The PM has cordially welcomed the dignitaries from the African continent and spelled out the aims of the summit, the first of its kind which is hosted in Turkey.

Additionally, the PM has revealed the plans which it will implement in Africa.Hon. Ali Jibril Hamud, speaking on behalf of Somaliland, the tiny unrecognized country in the Horn of Africa, met with the Turkish PM, Binali Yildirim.The minister was later invited at Turkish giant telecom better known as Türk Telecom which is about to entrench Data Base System for Somaliland.

The Technology minister, Ali, has submitted to Turkish govt the programs on technologies in Somaliland which needs to be supported at a national level.Also, the minister has given a full explanation to Turkish authorities on areas that Somaliland is desperately in need of investment when it comes to technologies.The Turkish govt has pledged to assist Somaliland when it comes to digging water wells that will be used during dry seasons which the country faces acute shortage of water in rural areas.

 

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