Friday, 6 July 2012

Somalia could emerge as a Tourist destination

Rwandese President:Paul Kagame

Somali President:Sheikh Sharif Ahmed

Somalia could emerge as a Tourist destination
By Juma Bakari
Somalia  could give its Eastern Africa neighbours a run for their money in tourism business if its internal conflict and piracy problems are contained, a UN report on regional sustainable tourism shows.
The report by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa titled a study on the challenges and opportunities for tourism development says the country has the largest coastal belt in Africa, architectural heritage and beautiful pristine beaches that are great for tourism.
Meanwhile,Somali President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed arrived in the Rwandan capital of Kigali yesterday, afternoon for an official visit during which he is expected to hold bilateral talks with his counterpart Paul Kagame.
At Kigali International Airport, Ahmed was received by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Louise Mushikiwabo.

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