.....(Hal-ku-dhigyo Dhaxal-gal Noqday) = ..... President, C/raxmaan A. Cali: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland dib ayay ula soo Noqotay Qaran-nimadeedii sidaa awgeed, waa dal xor ah oo gooni u taagan maanta (18/05/1991) laga bilaabo''...>>>>> President, Maxamad I.Cigaal:''Jiritaanka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland'' Waa mid waafaqsan xeerasha u-degsan Caalamka! Sidaa darteed, waa Qaran xaq u leh in Aduunku aqoonsado''...>>>>> President, Daahir R. Kaahin: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland waa dal diimuqraadi ah oo caalamka ka sugaya Ictiraafkiisa''...>>>>> President, Axmed M. Siilaanyo: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland, Boqol sano haday ku qaadanayso helista Ictiraafkeedu way Sugaysaa! Mar dambena la midoobi mayso Somalia-Italia''.....[***** Ha Jirto J.Somaliland Oo Ha Joogto Waligeed *****].....

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Somali Speaker Voices Mogadishu's Support for Any Reconciliation Plan

 
'' Somaliland agreed to enter the talks during a February meeting in London, but it said to remain separate from the rest of Somalia..''. FNA
 
- Somali Parliament Speaker Mohamed Osman Jawari said the country's government welcomes any plan which promotes national reconciliation in Somalia, and called on all Somali nationals to join the peace plan underway in the country.  Speaking to FNA on Wednesday, Jawari pointed to the International Conference on Somalia due to be held in London in May, and said the government of Somalia endorses and welcomes the conference.

"The negotiations due to be held between the government of Somalia and the Somaliland are part of the national reconciliation and this year is the year of unity and solidarity and brotherhood and not the year of separation."

"Thus" he said "we want to build a new Somalia together and the government of Somalia endorses and welcomes the negotiations due to be held in London in May."

Jawari further said that Somalia's government and parliament will support any plan to resolve the current problems with Al-Shabab militants and end Al-Qaeda operations in the African country, and urged the Somali nationals who have joined the Al-Qaeda to lay down their arms and accept the peace plan underway in the country.

Britain is to host a new international conference on the future of war-torn Somalia on May 7, the office of British Prime Minister David Cameron announced this month.

A spokeswoman for Cameron's Downing Street residence said the meeting would build on the major conference held in London last February, when international powers pledged to boost aid for Somalia to fight militants and pirates.

Representatives of some 50 governments and international organizations attended the first Somalia conference in London, including UN chief Ban Ki-moon.

A follow-up conference, attended by 54 countries, was held in Istanbul in June.

Somaliland agreed to enter the talks during a February meeting in London, but its administration said its priority is to remain separate from the rest of Somalia, and wants Mogadishu to recognize its independence.

Mogadishu wants the Northern territory to be part of a single Somali state.
 
Source: FNA

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