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Republic of Djibouti


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  • proper n. the official name of the country in Eastern Africa known as Djibouti


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  • Class of Counselor, to be Ambassador to the Republic of Djibouti.

    Schermerhorn Named Ambassador To Djibouti

  • The President today announced his intention to nominate career Foreign S.rvice officer Martin L. Cheses to be the U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Djibouti.

    Four Nominations

  • He has previously served as an Ambassador in Haiti and the Republic of Djibouti, and was the State Department's Associate Coordinator for Counter Terrorism from 1987-89.

    Press Release On Ambassadorial Nominations

  • He rejected meeting face-to-face with the UN-recognized Somali President, who was elected by parliament in January at the conclusion of UN-sponsored peace talks in the neighboring Republic of Djibouti.

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  • The Republic of Djibouti gained its independence on June 27, 1977.


  • The first U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Djibouti arrived in October 1980.


  • The UN-brokered talks are currently underway in the neighboring Republic of Djibouti, where ICU executive head Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed is a leading contender to win the Somali presidency.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • In early 2009, UN-facilitated peace talks concluded in the neighboring Republic of Djibouti with the election of ex-ICU chief Sheikh Sharif Ahmed as President of Somalia for a two-year interim period.

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  • President Farole is expected to hold meetings with senior government officials in Ethiopia before flying to the neighboring Republic of Djibouti, where he will meet with Djiboutian President Ismail Omar Ghelle.

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  • The Somali interim government came to power in January after President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed won a parliamentary vote in the neighboring Republic of Djibouti at the conclusion of UN-backed peace talks.

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