9b159078 2e9c 4704 966d 4a319972ca87img 1775

Cooperation between Italian military and Djiboutian civil authorities achieves important results.

Dammerdjog (Djibouti) - January 21, 2018

 Italian military deployed to Djibouti recently handed back to local authorities the renovated offices of the local sub agency of the Gibutean prefecture in Dammerdjog, a town south of the capital. The refurbishment, accomplished by the Italian military, is the result of effective CIMIC (CIVIL AND MILITARY COOPERATION) which supports overall cooperation between the Italian military, Djiboutian authorities and local communities.

The Commanding Officer of Base Militare Italiana di Supporto in Gibuti (BMIS), Colonel Lorenzo GUANI and the assistant prefect Mr. Abdi Chaib Nour Yossouf, participated in a delivery ceremony during which the premises were handed back to the Djiboutians.

 The project

The Italian project took place in the framework of a wider project which included the renovation of the entire electric plant, ceiling, floors and the re-painting of offices.

The intervention was planned and supervised by the CIMIC specialists of the Contingent, deployed from Multinational CIMIC Group in Motta di Livenza. The full renovation aimed at providing adequate safety and comfort of working spaces to the Djiboutian personnel.

 Local Administration express their appreciation

In his speech, Mr. Abdi Chaib Nour Yossouf, the assistant prefect, thanked the Commanding Officer of the Italian Contingent and expressed his appreciation for the precious support received from the Italians. Also, he expressed his hope for further future cooperation between Italy and Djibouti, through projects in support of the local communities.

 Il senso della presenza italiana a Gibuti

The Italian Base Militare Italiana di Supporto in Gibuti (BMIS) has been deployed to Djibouti for over four years and has become a strategic supporting element for all Italian Military deployed in the Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean, in support of training and operations, under UN, NATO, EU or in the framework of national activities.

 Source:  Italian Defence General Staff Website


Learn 2099928 640blu

Please use this page to access NATO/partner online courses.


Download our brochure here

Download Multinational CIMIC Group Brochure