UAE Removes Somalia From Online VISA Applications And Replaces The Republic Of Somaliland.
April 24, 2018 - Written by qoriadmin


Yesterday’s UAE Large Delegation Arrives In Somaliland And Met With President Of The Republic Of Somaliland HE.Muse Bihi Abdi. The Emirates Selegation Regrets The Misunderstanding Of BBC Interview With The UAE State Foreign Minister And Said They Would Respond To The Matter In Writing.

Mohamed Abdi Duale@MohamadDuale

government accepts the import of Somaliland livestock, forthcoming days UAE officially starts the purchasing of livestock according large delegation arrived in Hargeisa today and met with the President @musebiihi.

On the other hand, Today’s the UAE Ministry of Interior has started to accept VISA’s from Somaliland citizens by using “The Republic of Somaliland” designation in the VISA process.

the UAE Interior Ministry also Removes Somalia from its online systems and replaces it with the Republic of Somaliland amid improving relations with Somaliland regarding the DP World Investment and others.

READMORE: Somaliland President meets UAE Delegation

Visit below link UAE Visa Online application 




Somaliland & UAE Ties

Somaliland signed an agreement last year with one of the world’s largest port operators, DP World, to operate its Port of Berbera. The agreement with DP World, which is majority-owned by the Dubai government in the UAE, was signed the same year that the UAE’s plans to build a naval base in Berbera were revealed.

It’s the latest example of how DP World’s business dealings in East Africa increasingly mirror the UAE’s military expansion in the region.

Mohamed Abdi Duale@MohamadDuale

President @musebiihi Abdi thanks the government to accepts the ‘s Passport according to a press statement by @SLPresidency

The UAE, which is also reportedly building up a long-term military presence in Eritrea, is not the only country with troops in East Africa. Turkey opened a military base in Somalia last year. Neighbouring Djibouti is home to a U.S. base that launches drone missions over Somalia and Yemen, as well as a Chinese military base and Japan’s first overseas base since World War II.

Readmore: UAE Starts accepting Somaliland Passport, The first person travels today

The UAE has invited Somaliland officials for state visits and is building a military base there, suggesting that the country is moving toward recognizing Somaliland’s independence.

READMORE:UAE Imposing new immigration restriction on Somalis

Somaliland declared its independence nearly three decades ago from Somalia, but despite having its own currency, parliament, military and legal system The territory has been experiencing stability and economic prosperity and has been influential in the fight against piracy and terrorism in the Horn of Africa.


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