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The President called on international partners to “step up to the plate” and deliver on promised stabilization assistance. “It’s time to turn plans into action.”
“The communities we have liberated must experience the peace dividend immediately. And local administrations need to start providing basic public services as soon as possible – security, justice, education, healthcare. Failure is not an option.”
The President was speaking on his return from a six-day visit to Japan where he and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed new development assistance worth $40m.
Commenting on his latest international engagement, the President observed: “This was a very successful visit to Japan in which we strengthened ties with a key international friend and partner. This will benefit our agriculture and livestock sector, together with fisheries, youth employment and information and communication technology. Japan is serious about standing by Somalia and we welcome a new and growing partnership with such an important international partner.”
The President also sent his condolences to the family of the legendary Somali singer Mohammed Suleiman Tubeec, popularly known as “The King of the Voice”, who was buried with full honours in Mogadishu today.