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A state in East Africa, which borders on Eritrea, Ethiopia and the unrecognized state of Somaliland. It is washed by the waters of the Arabian Sea.
The basis of the economy of Djibouti is the operation of a seaport in the capital, which is used for trade by neighboring Ethiopia. Djibouti has almost no natural resources, and the arid climate makes it difficult to farm there. Tourism is underdeveloped due to poverty, poorly developed infrastructure and lack of qualified personnel.
Grounds for obtaining a Djibouti passport
Birth to citizens of the country
Marriage to a citizen of the country
Work for the country's government
Special services to the state
Obtaining a Djibouti passport by naturalization: requirements for applicants
Knowledge of state language
Assimilation or cultural knowledge
Stable financial status
No criminal records