The shipment came within the framework of the special Egyptian-Somali relations and the Egyptian political leadership’s keenness to support the Somali government and people in the face of the drought that Somalia has suffered from for years, the statement said.
In a statement, the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said people and government of Egypt extend their sincere condolences to the sisterly Somalia and the relatives of the victims, wishing the injured a speedy recovery.
Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for African Affairs, Ambassador Sherif Essa affirmed Egypt’s support for efforts to rebuild Somali state institutions.
Al-Azhar decried on Monday a terror attack on a checkpoint near Aden Adde International Airport in Mogadishu.
The attack targeted a security checkpoint in front of the Somali Parliament and the main road to the airport.
A US air strike killed 13 ISIS fighters in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region on Wednesday, the US military said, days after another strike killed three.
Azhar Institute condemned a terrorist attack by militants who stormed Somali government offices in Mogadishu Saturday after setting off a car bomb, leaving at least 10 people were killed.
The attack - the latest in a series of high-profile assaults in East Africa by al Shabaab - came after U.S. forces in Somalia stepped up air strikes against the Islamist group.
A huge blast rocked the heart of the Somali capital Mogadishu on Monday and clouds of smoke could be seen rising in the sky.
The mastermind of militant car bombs that killed 26 people and injured nearly 40 others in Mogadishu in 2017 was executed in Somalia on Monday, the prosecutor of the military court said.
One person died and another was injured in two car bombs that exploded in the heart of the Somali capital on Saturday.
A suicide car bomb rammed into a Somali military base about 30 km northwest of the capital Mogadishu on Friday morning, the group and a police official said.
Abul Gheit and Al-Azhar Grand Imam condemned Friday terrorist attack that was launched by al Shabab group, leaving 45 Somali people dead
The death toll from twin car bomb blasts in the Somali capital late on Friday has risen to 45 from the initially reported 18.
As many as 512 died in an October truck bombing in the Somali capital Mogadishu, an emergency committee investigating the terrorist atrocity has found.
Somali police on Sunday ended an Islamist militant siege of a hotel in the capital, The Voice of America reported.
A truck bomb detonated outside a hotel in Mogadishu, Somalia’s capital, minutes before gunmen on foot stormed the building on Saturday afternoon,.
Egypt's Mufti Shawky Allam deplored on Saturday the terror attacks that targeted Somali capital Mogadishu where a number of people were killed and injured.
The number killed in twin bombings in the Somali capital Mogadishu last weekend has risen to 358.
International medical teams arrived on Tuesday to Somalia to offer aid to the victims of the bombing of a booby-trapped truck in central Mogadishu.