President Sharif travels to the U.S to attend UNSC meeting in New York

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Somalia’s president Sharif Sheikh Ahmed on Sunday evening travelled to the United States of America where he is expected to attend the upcoming UN Security Council meeting in New York.

President Sharif and his entourage left Jomo Kenyatta International airport in Nairobi where they were in transit after returning from an official trip to Ugandan capital, Kampala.

Defence minister Hussein Arab Isse who is among the Somali officials accompanying the president told Bar-kulan that the president will be attending the UNSC meeting which is set to kick off in New York in the next coming few days.

President Sharif is expected to address the UNSC meeting on issue regarding Somalia, according to Isse.

During his stay in the airport, the president held talks with the U.S and British ambassadors to Somalia but details of what they discussed still remains unknown.

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