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Foreign minister endorses country investment by diaspora
File photo of U.S. congressman Payne arriving at the airport in Somalia's capital Mogadishu
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Minister of foreign affairs of the Somali Transitional Federal Government,Abdullahi Haji Hassan has warmly welcomed the diaspora homing back and investing their country, news sources said.
Speaking to UN- funded Radio Bar-kulan, Somali government’s minister of foreign affairs, Abdullahi Haji Hassan said that the cause of Somali communities in the diaspora coming back home and currently investing the country comes the government’s efforts on the security progress.
Mr. Haji Hussan called for Somali people to invest their country and take part in rebuilding the country and restoring peace and stability noting that they are a few people who don’t like law and order but get benefit from the violence and lawless state as though he didn’t name them.
The minister said, “People should be united”.
The speech of the Somali’s minister of foreign affairs coincides as the capital Mogadishu attracts both Somali people in abroad and foreigners arrive in for a visit, evaluate and invest it as security changes emerged since Al-Shabab quit from Mogadishu August last year.
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