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Great news... Berbera starts sending live animals to Saudi Market

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Aroori   

I think this is the usual Hajj window business, although it would be splendid for every Somali nomad if a complete lift on livestock ban materializes, 

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Holac   

Great news. With an amazing rainy season for the nomads,  and livestock export back in business, Berbera is going to boom with trade Inshalah.

 

 

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Duufaan   
2 hours ago, Aroori said:

I think this is the usual Hajj window business, although it would be splendid for every Somali nomad if a complete lift on livestock ban materializes, 

This will be a temporary during the Haj. Saudi has now animal farmers in addition the imports

Somali livestock became too expansive for even local people. A goat costs $50 average. People can not even afford to eat meat back home.

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Why is Somaliland so slow with this? Get UAE to arm twist the Saudis. upgrade also the quality control.

Djibouti is getting far ahead now with the port but Berbera would be more convenient for Kililka.

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Excellent we have been waiting for this wonderful news  muse bixis  trip to abudhabi paid off. The saudis  and Somaliland  might get good ties diplomatically soon. Our main objective  is that the Saudi's recognize Somaliland passport because our people need it for the hadj.

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