Somali President's National Security Adviser Secretly Meets UAE Ambassador

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Wednesday February 07, 2018 - 08:49:39 in Latest News
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    Somali President's National Security Adviser Secretly Meets UAE Ambassador

    MOGADISHU — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ambassador to Somalia Mohammed Ahmed Othman Al Hammadi has met with Abdi Said Ali, the new Somali National Security Adviser, according to UAE news agency.

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United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ambassador to Somalia Mohammed Ahmed Othman Al Hammadi has met with Abdi Said Ali, the new Somali National Security Adviser, according to UAE news agency.
MOGADISHU — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ambassador to Somalia Mohammed Ahmed Othman Al Hammadi has met with Abdi Said Ali, the new Somali National Security Adviser, according to UAE news agency.
During the secret meeting, held at the embassy's headquarters in Mogadishu, the two men discussed bilateral relations and means of strengthening and developing them in various fields to serve the interests of the two countries, the agency reported.
Al Hammadi congratulated the Somali National Security Adviser for assuming his new position and wished him success in his duties.
Mr. Ali, a newcomer has been recently appointed following the sacking of the country's top security chiefs in late October last year.
The meeting comes amid growing suspicion on the activities of UAE in the country. 
Last week, Senator Abdi Qeybdiid, who is the chairman of the joint Parliamentary Constitutional Review Committee (CRC), said that his life was in danger following a raid on his house on December 30 by a UAE-trained forces in Mogadishu. The Senator further called urgent action by the government toward the ugly interference of the UAE in Somalia.
Ali, in turn, was quoted to have thanked the UAE for its continued support to Somalia in various fields. He also praised the UAE's efforts in supporting Somalia, especially in rebuilding the state's institutions, promoting security, stability and development, helping rebuild the Somali National Army, and the role of the UAE military training centre in Mogadishu, in training Somali Armed Forces.
The ambassador expressed his appreciation to Ali for visiting the UAE Embassy headquarters and for his efforts in enhancing bilateral relations.
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