President of Djibouti sends letter to Saudi Crown Prince


Riyadh – Ismail Omar Guelleh, the president of Djibouti, has written to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss ways to further advance bilateral ties in all areas.
Guelleh’s message was delivered to Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan on Sunday during a meeting at the ministry’s Riyadh headquarters with Dean of the Diplomatic Corps and Djibouti Ambassador Dya-Eddine Said Bamakhrama.
The minister and the envoy talked about bilateral ties and topics of shared interest. Dr. Sami Al-Saleh, the Saudi Arabian Assistant Minister of State for African Affairs, was also present.

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