Turkish President Erdoğan receives credentials from new Somali ambassador  



Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan received letters of credentials on Thursday from Somalia’s newly appointed ambassador, Fathudin A. Mohamed, at the presidential complex in Ankara.

Ambassador Mohamed presented his letter of credence to President Erdoğan.

“Honoured to present my credentials to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. On this occasion, I expressed my deep appreciation to President Erdoğan for his steadfast support to Somalia,” the ambassador said.

The Somali government appointed Mohamed as its ambassador to Turkey last April, marking a significant step in enhancing diplomatic relations between the two countries.

The appointment of Ambassador Mohamed was part of a broader diplomatic initiative by Somalia, with ten new ambassadors taking posts globally this year.