Djibouti offers $1 million check to victims of October 14 Mogadishu bombing

November 21, 2017 Off By Web Desk

Djibouti � The Republic of Djibouti has given a check for $1 million to Somalia to help the victims of the October 14 bombing that killed hundreds of civilians in the capital Mogadishu.

Djibouti’s Ambassador to Somalia Adam Hassan Adam handed over the donations of Djiboutian people to the Somali National Relief and Emergency Committee. He underscored Djibouti’s solidarity with Somalia and support for all initiatives aimed at restoring security and stability to the country.

In turn, Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khairi, who attended the event, thanked the people and government of Djibouti for helping the Somali people and for their contributions to enable Somalia to regain its place in the international arena.

It is noteworthy that Somalia’s capital Mogadishu witnessed the most powerful blast ever on October 14, resulting in hundreds of dead and wounded, in addition to significant material damage.

Source: International Islamic News Agency