AMISOM Helps Somalia to Progress Towards Socio-Economic Stability: PM

Addis Ababa Somalia has attained a better political and economic stride as the result of the support from AMISOM, Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre said.

In a statement he released in Mogadishu, Premier Khayre said Ethiopian peacekeeping force deployed in Somalia has rendered commendable contributions for the success AMISOM attained in Somalia.

Because of the sacrifices made, Somalia is where it is today. We have made great strides and great achievements in political stability, in economic recovery and social mobilization and in building new hope in this nation, he noted.

Many perceive Somalia as a hopeless country but thanks to the valorous sacrifices paid by AMISON, the condition in Somalia is improving, he stated.

He added that because of the sacrifices made by AMISOM, including brothers and sisters from Ethiopia Somalia people see today a new dawn and new future.

The Prime Minister noted that Somalia is now heading towards stability and economic recovery while the social conditions are also progressing positively.

Based on that now we are not talking about piracy or terrorism, we are not talking about insecurity or nation in despair. We are talking about a nation, we are talking about economic recovery, we are talking about dare to live, and we are talking about job creation

Hassan further noted that Somalia is now rejoining the international community and international financial institutions.

He said Somalia has now reached a development phase in its economic development trying to contribute her part in the development programs in the sub-region.

He pointed out that the change that has happened in Somalia since the Election Day and the recent changes and progress in Ethiopia h has paved the way to multifaceted integrative cooperation.

He added that the nation now registering a better economic progress that helps to fight off inflation and is in a better position to show positive influence in the socio-economic and political development of the Horn.

The Premier added that the cooperation that we are building in terms of economic integration, cooperation, economic resilient but also changing the narrative in the past history and relationship, the understanding of a new leadership of both understands that Somalia's success depends Ethiopia's success.

The ongoing reforms in Ethiopia has ushered a new hope and optimism both for the sub-region and the African region, the Prime Minister indicated.

Speaking of regional and Ethiopia and Somalia integration, he emphasized:

Our interests are interlinked, they are intertwined, so that being a leader in Ethiopia or leader in Somalia or elsewhere in the region must take you to see the holistic necessity that today's world requires from us as African and East African leaders and that is what we did.

He further said the reforms will enhance the agreements reached between Ethiopia and Somalia at heads of state level as good example for bilateral relations and partnership between neighboring countries.

The Premier said that he is planning to strengthen the National Bank of Somalia and work in conjunction with international financial institutions.

He expressed that he is optimistic to build up a strong national army that could withstand the pressure from terrorist forces, promote good governance, freedom and establish equitable justice system for all.

He indicated that AMISOM is in the process of withdrawing its forces from Somalia over the next two years.

Source: Ethiopian News Agency

AMISOM Helps Somalia to Progress Towards Socio-Economic Stability: PM

Addis Ababa Somalia has attained a better political and economic stride as the result of the support from AMISOM, Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre said.

In a statement he released in Mogadishu, Premier Khayre said Ethiopian peacekeeping force deployed in Somalia has rendered commendable contributions for the success AMISOM attained in Somalia.

Because of the sacrifices made, Somalia is where it is today. We have made great strides and great achievements in political stability, in economic recovery and social mobilization and in building new hope in this nation, he noted.

Many perceive Somalia as a hopeless country but thanks to the valorous sacrifices paid by AMISON, the condition in Somalia is improving, he stated.

He added that because of the sacrifices made by AMISOM, including brothers and sisters from Ethiopia Somalia people see today a new dawn and new future.

The Prime Minister noted that Somalia is now heading towards stability and economic recovery while the social conditions are also progressing positively.

Based on that now we are not talking about piracy or terrorism, we are not talking about insecurity or nation in despair. We are talking about a nation, we are talking about economic recovery, we are talking about dare to live, and we are talking about job creation

Hassan further noted that Somalia is now rejoining the international community and international financial institutions.

He said Somalia has now reached a development phase in its economic development trying to contribute her part in the development programs in the sub-region.

He pointed out that the change that has happened in Somalia since the Election Day and the recent changes and progress in Ethiopia h has paved the way to multifaceted integrative cooperation.

He added that the nation now registering a better economic progress that helps to fight off inflation and is in a better position to show positive influence in the socio-economic and political development of the Horn.

The Premier added that the cooperation that we are building in terms of economic integration, cooperation, economic resilient but also changing the narrative in the past history and relationship, the understanding of a new leadership of both understands that Somalia's success depends Ethiopia's success.

The ongoing reforms in Ethiopia has ushered a new hope and optimism both for the sub-region and the African region, the Prime Minister indicated.

Speaking of regional and Ethiopia and Somalia integration, he emphasized:

Our interests are interlinked, they are intertwined, so that being a leader in Ethiopia or leader in Somalia or elsewhere in the region must take you to see the holistic necessity that today's world requires from us as African and East African leaders and that is what we did.

He further said the reforms will enhance the agreements reached between Ethiopia and Somalia at heads of state level as good example for bilateral relations and partnership between neighboring countries.

The Premier said that he is planning to strengthen the National Bank of Somalia and work in conjunction with international financial institutions.

He expressed that he is optimistic to build up a strong national army that could withstand the pressure from terrorist forces, promote good governance, freedom and establish equitable justice system for all.

He indicated that AMISOM is in the process of withdrawing its forces from Somalia over the next two years.

Source: Ethiopian News Agency