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Brochure - 2nd Edition


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  • Located in the eastern part of the Horn of Africa, the Republic of Djibouti shares its borders with Ethiopia in the North west, Somalia in the South east, Eritrea in the North west, and the Gulf of Aden in the East. With 300 km of coastline at the entrance of the Red Sea and at the exit of the Indian Ocean, it covers an area of 23 000 km² and has a population of 913 714 inhabitants.

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  • Due to this position on the second most used sea route in the world, Djibouti has focused its economic development on multilateral and regional trade through its membership of various regional or international entities (WTO, ACP countries, COMESA, OIC ...). The existence of Ports with modern facilities, a road corridor linking it with Ethiopia and its more than 90 million inhabitants, an efficient international airport and a telecommunication network contribute to the development of trade , banking, insurance and transport-related services, making the country the natural platform of world trade in East Africa.

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  • For visitors, the country offers unique geological treasures to the world and an exceptional geodynamic situation, and it
    has always attracted the adventurers of the extreme, those who are seeking a change of scenery. With its unusual landscapes, from its mountain chain and the millennial forest of Day to the north, to the sandy coasts of the East, passing by the lunar and volcanic panoramas of the center, Djibouti has exceptional natural assets and a rich cultural and archaeological heritage that deserve to be explored.

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The country benefits from an economic and financial stability.



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