PM Roble to travels to Egypt for bilateral talks
Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble has today left Mogadishu International Airport for Cairo after an official invitation from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
The Prime Minister was accompanied by members of his Cabinet and other Federal Government officials to hold talks with Egyptian officials.
The prime minister is scheduled to meet with senior Egyptian officials and members of the Somali community in the north African country.
Last week, Somali PM last week left for a maiden trip to Kenya where he held talks with Uhuru Kenyatta over the bilateral relation between Somalia and Kenya.
They agreed to reset their bilateral relations and strengthening of the Joint Commission for Cooperation which the two countries signed in 2015
He also held talks with Kenya Somali businessmen to boost business relations between the two countries.