Humanities hosts Somali Foreign Minister

Date: Mar 29, 2012 | Faculties, Faculty of Humanities, News

​​​The Faculty of Humanities hosted the Somali Foreign Minister as part of its Public lecture series on 13 March.
The minister H.E. Adullahi Haji Hassan Mohamed topic was Somalia: History, Present and Future.​

The Faculty hosted the lecture in partnership with The Department of International Relations and Cooperation.The visit by the Foreign Minister is historic in that it is the first official visit of a Somali Foreign Minister to South Africa and will mark the formalization of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Somalia has been embroiled in conflict for over two decades and the current Transitional Federal Government will reach the end of its mandate in August 2012. The next few months are critical to the resolution of the conflict in Somalia and bringing Somalia to constitutional normalcy and stability. South Africa envisages a strong role in supporting peace and development in Somalia.
The lecture was attended by many UJ academics as well as students.
Click here to read the speech
Somali Lecture At The Faculty Of Humanities

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