Somali PM meets with British counterpart and foreign minister 

During the talks, Prime Minister Roble thanked the British Government for its continued support to his country in security, humanitarian and state-building. UK military trains SNA soldiers in Baidoa base.

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Somali PM meets with British counterpart and foreign minister 

LONDON, UK – Somalia’s PM Mohamed Hussein Roble held talks with his British counterpart Boris Johnson and Foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, in London on Thursday.

The meeting took place at the end of the two-day global education forum which brought together leaders from Africa and the world to raise US$5 billion aimed to support 90 countries and territories.

In a statement, the Somali PM’s office said the meeting between Roble and Johnson focused on boosting bilateral ties, security in Somalia and the entire East Africa as well as in the fields of economy and education.

During the talks, Prime Minister Roble thanked the British Government for its continued support to his country in security, humanitarian and state-building. UK military trains SNA soldiers in Baidoa base.

Global Partnership for Education (GPE), funds public education in countries that are home to more than 80 percent of the world’s out-of-school children, mainly the girls in Africa, including Somalia.

Roble is expected to return to Mogadishu soon to resume the work on the country’s election which began on Thursday in Kismayo, where 4 senators representing Jubaland in the Senate were elected.

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