April 22, 2013 ·67 Comments
By Goth Mohamed Goth
President Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud (Silanyo) and his foreign minister Dr. Mohamed Abdillahi Omer have today addressed the Atlantic Council on matters covering wide-ranging issues such as recognition security, commerce, development, the enhancement of democracy in the horn of Africa and ways to strengthened existing diplomatic ties with America.
President Silanyo was flanked by several ministers in his cabinet most notable:-
1. Dr. Mohamed Abdillahi Omer ,Foreign Minister
2. Dr. Saad Ali Shire ,National Planning Minister
3. Eng.Osman Abdillahi Sahradid ,State Minister of Finance
4. Hon Hirsi Ali Haji Hassan ,Presidency Minister
About the Atlantic Council
Since its founding in 1961-1962, the Council has been a preeminent, nonpartisan institution devoted to promoting transatlantic cooperation and international security. In its early years, distinguished American foreign policy leaders – Dean Acheson, Dean Rusk, Christian Herter, Lucius Clay, and others – developed an ambitious agenda to engage Americans with their European partners on matters of global concern.
Now in its 50th year, the Atlantic Council is harnessing that history of transatlantic leadership and applying its founders’ vision to a broad spectrum of modern global challenges from violent extremism to financial instability and from NATO’s future to energy security. As we face an inflection point in history, the Atlantic Council provides an essential forum for navigating dramatic shifts in economic and political influence. The Council is home to ten programs and centers, broken down both functionally and regionally, which seamlessly work together to tackle today’s unique set of challenges.
Click the link below to view President Silanyo at the Atlantic Council