Somalia recalls ambassadors to Sudan and Oman over embassy staff complains

The federal government of Somalia has recalled both Somali ambassadors to Oman and Sudan to come back to the country over staff complains in their embassies.

In a press released by the ministry of foreign affairs and international cooperation stated that both Oman and Sudan ambassadors ​​have been given in a time of four days to come back home to discuss the disagreement between ambassadors and their embassy staffs.

The immediate effect come after Somali ambassador to Sudan Mohamed Issack Ibrahim and his first advisor Osman Ahmed Mohamed had a controversial within the embassy.

However, it’s still unclear the cause behind the conflict between ambassadors and their staffs.

Goobjoog News

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