Prime Minister Hamza Barre leaves for Ethiopia to attend Tana High-Level Forum on Security in Africa
Prime Minister Hamze Abdi Barre and a delegation of his administration on Thursday noon left for neighboring Ethiopia to attend a summit on security.
The premier of the federal government of Somalia will be attending the Tana Forum 2022, a global annual summit on Africa security.
“In his upcoming remarks at the conference, issues the premier shall be focused include Somalia’s efforts to eliminate terrorism,” said Office of the Prime Minister.
The Tana Forum is an initiative that responds to the Declaration’s appeal for “African-led solutions” and its call for responding to peace and security as a collective “intellectual challenge”.
As a result, the annual Tana Forum emerged as an independent platform initiated by IPSS and eminent African personalities, including Meles Zenawi, the late Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.
The Tana Forum brings African leaders, decision-makers, and stakeholders to engage and explore African-led security solutions.
This year’s Tana Forum is invariably about how best to respond resolutely to emerging socio- economic, political, governance challenges or manage such threats in a way that does not lose sight of the continent’s most valuable resource: its citizens.
The conference held in the city of Bar Dahar will end on Sunday.