The leaders of Somalia and Eritrea have discussed ways to further implement the tripartite agreement between the horn of the African nations that was agreed on mid-2018 between Somalia, Ethiopia, and Eritrea.
During their two-day meeting in Bahir Dar on 9-10 November 2018, the leaders of Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia considered the Joint Declaration on Friendship and Comprehensive Cooperation signed in Asmara on September 6, 2018.
The tripartite discussions focused on regional economic integration, strengthening peace and security in the Horn region, and on developing a common and aligned voice on international agendas.
President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo who is in Asmara for two-day stat visit met his counterpart, President Isaias Afwerki.
The two who held talks at the Presidential palace discussing a wide range of issues.
Mogadishu and Asmara discussed ways to strengthen the diplomatic and the economic pillars that are the main cornerstone of the horn of the African regional integration.
The two leaders also deliberated on the recent security development in the region.
On his part, Somali head of state thanked his Eritrean counterpart for the warm welcome accorded to him and his delegation while emphasizing the continuous engagement between the two Cushitic states to strengthen regional cooperation.