By Hussein Adan Igeh (Deyr):
A quick glance of the diplomatic brilliance showcased by the President of Somaliland and his delegation in Washington DC shows that they are defending the principles for which they speak and on which our country’s vision rest: shared values of democracy, freedom, human dignity, and the rule of law that the U.S.A’s core values and principles stand for.
Despite the fact that Somaliland is surrounded by geographically hostile, hate-breeding, and jealous countries, despite the great diplomatic and security challenges that lie ahead for President Muse Bihi and his delegation, it is truly heartwarming and amazing to see how President Bihi and his delegation are determined to remain actively involved in all major security, diplomatic, economic and developmental aspects along Washington DC political power corridors without compromising upon the sovereignty, integrity, and independence of the Republic of Somaliland.
In this historic official state visit to the United States of America, President MBA and the members of his delegation are fully engaged in exploring in Washington DC all options on socio-economic, security, diplomatic and geostrategic advancement to achieve our national goals which best meet the needs and challenges facing the people of Somaliland today.
President Muse Bihi Abdi and his delegation are defending the most important, the most imperishable thing that the people of Somaliland have been cherishing for more than 30 years: Somaliland’s full recognition and independence as a free and self-determining nation.
Mr. President, the people of Somaliland worldwide are extremely grateful to you and your delegation for the valuable work you have done on our behalf.
ALLAH bless and protect the people and country of Somaliland.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Eng. Hussein Adan Igeh (Deyr) is the Former Minister of Trade & Investment and Former Presidential Spokesman.
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