Republic of Djibouti is a small country in East Africa. The Red Sea and the Arabian Sea are the shores of the Gulf of Aden. It is located 20 kilometers from Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula. Its capital city is Djibouti. The area of the country is; 23,200 km2. Neighbors; Erythra in the north, Ethiopia in the west and the south, and Somalia in the southeast.
Cities of Djibouti
Djibouti phone code:+253
Djibouti currency: Djibouti Franc
Ali Sabih, Dihil, Ubuk, Hur Ankar, Tacura.
The economy of Djibouti
The main pillar of Djibouti's economy is the transit of ships between the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean. The port in the capital city is an important destination for world sea transportation. Ship repair looms and replenishment warehouses cause exchange of foreign exchange ships.
Djibouti's Export Products
In Djibouti, there are meat and fish farms and canned factories as a branch of livestock farming. In a country where the production of chemicals can be mentioned in a small amount, vegetables and dates are grown in a small amount of land that can be irrigated. The nomadic folk engaged in livestock usually feed sheep, goats and camels. Although it is possible to produce plenty of salt from salt lakes, it is produced as much as the country needs.
In Djibouti, fishing and pearl fishing are also carried out on the coast. The country that does not export anything imports sugar, flour, cement, medicine and cotton weaving. It does this with foreign exchange income from transit transits.
Charcoal, coffee, gold, human or animal blood and other oil seeds are available.
Djibouti's Import Products
There are Crude Sugar, Palm Oil, Delivery Trucks, Mixed mineral or chemical fertilizers and Automobiles.
Djibouti's Export Countries
Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Belgium, Luxembourg, Spain and Great Britain.
Djibouti's Imports Countries
China, India, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.
Nations Living in Djibouti
37 percent of Djibouti people are Afars and 47 percent are Christians. 6% of the Arabs are mostly Yemeni. In addition, 9% of them are European immigrants, most of them French.
Languages Spoken in Djibouti
Official languages are French, Arabic, Somali.