Somalia, UN sign new agreement
Addis Ababa, 28 February 2014 (WIC) - The Federal Government of Somalia and the United Nations Wednesday signed an agreement to strengthen the relations and cooperation between the two sides in Mogadishu.
Somalia foreign affairs Minister Abdirahman Duale Beile and UN special representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay signed an agreement with the presence of president Hassan Sheikh in Mogadishu.The president welcomed the agreement between the two sides and promised to work hand in hand with United Nation to enforce the agreement.
The Minister said that United Nations and the federal government will carefully work on the deal to come up with positive results.
On his side Mr. Kay UN special representative said the United Nations is ready to work closely with the federal government of Somalia. (AMISOM-MO.)
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