Djiboutian President Ismail Omar Guelleh last night delivered a recorded speech to the UN General Assembly in New York, addressing a number of issues.
In his speech, President Guelleh spoke about the situation in Somalia, the war in Ethiopia and how to bring Djibouti and Eritrea closer together.
He said Djibouti was committed to achieving a secure and stable future for the Horn of Africa and a common economic mindset for all countries in the Horn of Africa. failed efforts to bring Djibouti and Eritrea closer together.
“Djibouti is committed to building a better future, lasting peace and strong economic integration at the local level for the benefit of all people in the Horn of Africa,” said President Guelleh.
Speaking on Somalia, the Djiboutian president said the government of Djibouti welcomes the progress being made in Somalia, and shares the UN Security Council’s concern over the current situation in Somalia.