The Federal Government of Somalia is taking active steps to join the East African Community (EAC), an endeavor poised to bring about substantial advancements in Somalia’s economic growth and development.

In preparation for Somalia’s prospective admission to the East African Community (EAC) bloc, Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre has on Monday chaired a meeting, aimed to discuss the preparation process.

The meeting centered on Somalia’s efforts to join the regional bloc and highlighted the Prime Minister’s dedication to advancing the country’s integration into the East African Community.

The Office of the Prime Minister, in a Tweet, underscored the Prime Minister’s commitment to actively engage in this process and reap the associated benefits of Somalia’s integration into the regional bloc.

“The discussion revolved around the thorough preparations required for the upcoming negotiations with the East African Community, showcasing the Prime Minister’s commitment to fostering regional integration and cooperation. Through joining the EAC bloc, we are poised to experience enhanced economic opportunities, harmonized policies, and increased trade flows,” reads the Tweet from the Somali PM.

This move represents a positive step towards regional integration and signifies Somalia’s readiness to actively engage in collaborative efforts that promote stability, prosperity, and mutual understanding within the East African region.

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