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Somalia, Italy and Turkey discussed in Mogadishu the issue of UN Security Council reform

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Feb 3rd, 2020
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In a joint meeting, FM Ahmed Isse Awad discussed today the relations and developments in the reform of the UNSC with Italian Ambassador Alberto Vecchi and Turkish Deputy Ambassador Ozan PEKİN. Feb 03, 2020

Mogadishu (Diplomat.so) – On Monday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Amb. Ahmed Isse Awad, held in his office at the Ministry in Mogadishu, constructive talks on diplomatic relations and the developments of the UN Security Council reform process with the Ambassador of the Republic of Italy, Mr. Alberto Vecchi, and Deputy Head of Mission to the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey, Mr. Ozan PEKİN.

In a joint meeting, FM Ahmed Isse Awad discussed today the relations and developments in the reform of the UNSC with Italian Ambassador Alberto Vecchi and Turkish Deputy Ambassador Ozan PEKİN. Feb 03, 2020

The trilateral joint meeting focused on the issue of ongoing reforms in the United Nations Security Council and the strengthening of multilateral cooperation to better respond to current and emerging challenges around the world.

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