Thursday, 5 July 2012

Kenya closes seven more exploration deals

 

Mon Jul 2, 2012 11:51am GMT

By Kelly Gilblom
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya has issued exploration licences for seven of its remaining 12 petroleum blocks, a senior Kenyan official said on Monday, as the hunt for oil and gas in east Africa heats up.
Martin Heya, Kenya's petroleum commissioner, said Italy's Eni snapped up three offshore blocks last week, marking its entry into Kenya, while France's Total agreed to terms on a fourth offshore block.
North American companies Rift Energy, ERHC Energy and Pacific Seaboard Investments each signed licensing agreements for one onshore block each.
Foreign interest in Kenya's petroleum blocks has surged since British explorer Tullow Oil announced Kenya's first oil discovery in March, one in a series of major hydrocarbon finds in east Africa that has made the region a hot spot for oil and gas exploration.
"We signed seven blocks in one week. Eni signed three (offshore) blocks, L21, L23 and L24," Heya told Reuters in an interview.
"Things have been going very well ... we've been very busy."
Heya said since the Tullow oil strike Kenya had begun demanding more favourable terms, increasing the cost of exploration for investors.
"They were not very happy about that," said Heya. "But we are no longer a frontier country. You pay an arm and a leg for a license," he said.
Heya did not provide specific figures on licensing fees.
The high cost of exploring off Kenya's coastline in waters plagued by Somali pirates has meant it has been major multinational firms showing interest in the blocks.
ENI'S SHARES CLIMB
Total's Block L22 and Eni's L21, L23 and L24 are all in a cluster starting about 100 kilometres off Kenya's northeast coast in deep water.
"With this operation, Eni further strengthens its leadership in the Sub-Saharan region where it is already present ... with an operated overall production of 450,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day and a rapidly growing exploration activity," Eni said in a statement.
At 1056 GMT Eni's shares were up 0.77 percent, outperforming the country's main index, which was up 0.27 percent.
However, the blocks lie in a contested area at the centre of a dispute between Kenya and Somalia. The two coastal nations disagree over the location of their boundary line in the Indian Ocean.
The row between Kenya and Somalia threatens to upend some exploration rights that Kenya has granted to oil and gas companies, which have already started exploring in the area.
Heya said Nairobi had reassured explorers the blocks would remain Kenyan.
The onshore blocks signed by Kenya last week included coastal blocks L19 and L20, licensed by Rift Energy and Pacific Seaboard Investments, respectively. Near Tullow's discovery in northwestern Kenya, ERHC Energy signed a production sharing contract for Block 11A.
Heya said offshore Block L25 was under negotiation with Norwegian state oil company Statoil and a Qatar-based company was negotiating for offshore Block L26 and onshore Block L14.
Kenya has only five unlicensed blocks remaining out of a total 46 oil and gas exploration blocks.

Talyaaniga oo ku soo biiray Boobka Badda Soomaaliya (Blocks L21, L23, L24 oo ah Gudaha Soomaaliya oo Kenya heshiis shidaal baaris kula gashay shirkadda ENI)

 

Kenya ayaa shaaca ka qaaday in saddex aag oo cusub ay heshiis shidaal sahamin kula galeen shirkadda laga leeyahay dalka Talyaaniga ee ENI. Saddexda aag oo kala ah Blocks L21, L23 iyo L24.
Sida ku cad khariidadda (eeg lifaaqa) iyo xogta uu soo ururiyey dublomaasiga Soomaaliyeed, Bashiir Sh. Maxamed, aaggaga ay ilaa hadda Kenya heshiiska kula gashay shirkadaha shidaal sahaminta, isla markaasna gudaha ugu jira dhul-badeedka Soomaaliya, waxaa kamid ah:
  • Anadarko: Block L5,
  • Total : Block L22
  • ENI (Talyaani): Block L21, L23, L24
  • Statoil (Norway): Block L26
Eeg Khariidadda (PDF) -(lifaaq)
Sidoo kale waxaa Kenya heshiis shidaal sahamin aagga L22 kula gashay shirkadda TOTAL.
Warbixin ay July 2, 2012 qortay hay’adda wararka ee Reuters waxay aagaggasi ku tilmaantay in ay dhacaan dhul ay “isku hayaan” Kenya iyo Soomaaliya., ayadoo adeegsatey kemedda “Dhulka Muranku ku jiro”, taas oo ah oraahdii ay Kenya dooneysey markii ay heshiiska Is-faham la saxiixatay DFKMG.
Warbixinta Reuters waxay sheegatay in guddoomiyaha ama madaxa Kenya u qaabilsan Batroolka oo magaciisu yahay Martin Heya uu yiri “Waxaa Nairobi (xukuumadda Kenya) ay shidaal sahamiyaasha u xaqiijisay in aagaggaasi ay ku negaan doonaan (ahaan doonaan) dhul ay Kenya leedahay” (Heya said Nairobi had reassured explorers the blocks would remain Kenyan.)..
Dhanka Soomaaliya, DFKMG ayaa u muuqata mid dadaal weyn ugu jirta sidii badda Soomaaliya muran loo sii gelin lahaa si mustqabalka ay faraha uga baxdo sidii NFD, taas oo markhaanti ay ka tahay warbixinada heshiisyadaas iyo qaabka madaxda Kenya u hadlayaan oo madaxada DFKMG iska indha saabayaan.
Dhanka kale waxaa jira in qodobo kamid ah dastuurka ay DFKMG dooneyso in ay dhaqan geliso ay muujinayaan in dhulka Soomaaliya muran la gelin karo.
“Dhulka Jamhuuriyadda Federaalka Soomaaliya ee khilaafka soohdimaha caalamig ka dhasha in xallintooda loo maro tub nabadeed iyo iskaashi…” waa farqad lagu siyaadiyey qodobka 7aad ee Dastuurkii lagu soo saxiixay Nairobi Jimacadii June 22, 2012 AKHRI…
  • Blocks L21, L23 and L24: Questi blocchi sono all’interno delle acque territoriali della Somalia, informi che per gli italiani.
Aaggagga Khariidada ka muuqda, iyo sida ku cad warbixinta Dublomaasiga, waxay muujinayaan in ay gudaha ugu jiraan dhulbadeedka Soomaaliya, gaar ahaan aagagga Blocks L5, L21, L23, L24, L22, L26.
Warbixinadda shirkadda Talyaaniga ah ee heshiiska la gashay Kenya (aaggaga gudaha ugu jira dhulka Soomaaliya), waxay soo baxeen xilli uu Magaalada Roma shir kaga qayb gelayo ra’iisul wasaaraha DFKMG C/weli Gaas iyo guddoomiyhii hore ee baarlamaanak DFKMG.
Dalalka kale aaggaas danaynaya waxaa kamid ah Norway oo lug weyn ku lahayd heshiiskii Is-fagarad ee soo bilowday 2009.
Dhanka Norway, Waxaana jira heshiis qarsoodi ah oo DFKMG iyo Norway dhexmaray oo ku saabsan sidii dad Soomaaliyeed oo gaaraya 1422 qof si khasab ah loogu celin lahaa Soomaaliya, dadkaas oo Norway galay 2011, sidaas waxaa shaaca ka qaaday jariidad ka soo baxda Norway.
Jariidadu waxay sheegtay in heshiiskaasi si qarsoodi ah u dhex maray DFKMG iyo Norway, ”Toddobaadkii hore waxaa Oslo uu kulan qarsoodi ah ku dhexmaray xogyahay guud ee xukuumadda Norway iyo wasiirka arrima gudaha ee Soomaaliya C/samad Macallin Maxamuud”.


  • Blocks L21, L23 and L24: Questi blocchi sono all’interno delle acque territoriali della Somalia.
Qoraalka Reatures waxaa ka mid ahaa:
Kenya closes seven more exploration deals
“We signed seven blocks in one week. Eni signed three (offshore) blocks, L21, L23 and L24,” Martin Heya, Kenya’s petroleum commissioner, told Reuters in an interview.
“Things have been going very well … we’ve been very busy.”
Heya said since the Tullow oil strike Kenya had begun demanding more favourable terms, increasing the cost of exploration for investors.
“They were not very happy about that,” said Heya. “But we are no longer a frontier country. You pay an arm and a leg for a license,” he said.
Total’s Block L22 and Eni’s L21, L23 and L24 are all in a cluster starting about 100 kilometres off Kenya’s northeast coast in deep water.
“With this operation, Eni further strengthens its leadership in the Sub-Saharan region where it is already present … with an operated overall production of 450,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day and a rapidly growing exploration activity,” Eni said in a statement.
At 1056 GMT Eni’s shares were up 0.77 percent, outperforming the country’s main index, which was up 0.27 percent.
However, the blocks lie in a contested area at the centre of a dispute between Kenya and Somalia. The two coastal nations disagree over the location of their boundary line in the Indian Ocean.
The row between Kenya and Somalia threatens to upend some exploration rights that Kenya has granted to oil and gas companies, which have already started exploring in the area.
Heya said Nairobi had reassured explorers the blocks would remain Kenyan. (Martin Heya is Kenya’s petroleum commissioner).
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Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Somalia: UN and partners note roadmap progress, voice concern over missed deadlines

 


4 July 2012 –
While noting progress, the international group that brings together the United Nations and its diplomatic partners in support of efforts to restore peace and stability in Somalia today expressed concern over the missing of deadlines which form part of the process of ending the country's current transitional governing arrangements on 20 August this year.
In a communiqué issued in Rome, Italy, today, following its 22nd meeting, the International Contact Group (ICG) on Somalia “reiterated its firm determination” that the transitional arrangements end on the agreed date, and welcomed progress made in reaching agreement on a final draft constitution for the country.

The two-day meeting, which ended on Tuesday, was chaired by the Secretary-General's Special Representative and head of the UN Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS), Augustine Mahiga. Asides from representatives of the international community, those attending included Speaker Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden of Somalia's Transitional Federal Parliament, Prime Minister Abdiweli Mohamed Ali of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and representatives of the Somali regions of other Somali regions and groups.

After decades of warfare, Somalia has been undergoing a peace and national reconciliation process, with its Transitional Federal Institutions currently implementing the so-called Roadmap for the End of Transition in Somalia, devised in September last year, which spells out priority measures to be carried out before the current transitional governing arrangements end in August.

“The ICG noted progress in many areas of the Roadmap, and called for the remaining tasks to be completed on time. For the time being, the focus is rightly on ending the Transition on schedule,” the communiqué stated.

“But the Group invited the next Government of Somalia within sixty days of its formation to set out its priorities and associated resource requirements with a view to securing international
support,” it added. “As a first step, the Group agreed to hold a preliminary, high-level discussion on emerging priorities in the margins of the United Nations General Assembly in September.”

In February, the ICG had called for a new draft constitution to be completed by mid-April, noting how it would pave the way for the establishment of a new, smaller and more representative parliament and elections for the positions of Speaker, his or her deputies, and the President. The final draft constitution will now go to the National Constituent Assembly for provisional adoption.

The repeatedly missed deadlines which drew the ICG's concern included those for the opening and closing of the National Constituent Assembly, the selection and induction of the new Federal Parliament, and the election of the Speaker and his or her deputies, and the President. The ICG also called for the immediate activation of various committees, as well as a Roadmap Signatories Coordination Office.

“With regard to the Federal Parliament, the Group welcomed the need for the new body to meet Somali people's expectations, especially in terms of the quality and commitment of its Members, gender balance, more effective working practices and ability to hold the executive arm of government to account,” the communiqué noted.

“A joint legislative work-plan should be developed between the new Parliament and Government, including with a view to strengthening the legislative framework for the promotion and protection of human rights and transitional justice,” it added.

The ICG also offered to assist in building support inside Somalia for respect for all human rights and the rule of law.

In relation to security, the ICG commended recent military advances by the UN-backed African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), TFG forces and their allies, including Ethiopia, in “response to continuing aggression” by the Al Shabaab militant group, which controls parts of Somalia, primarily in its south-central regions.

While acknowledging AMISOM's improvement in the protection of civilians, the ICG called upon all actors to ensure protection of civilians, with particular attention to women and children.

The ICG called for unimpeded access for humanitarian assistance by all persons in need. Despite Somalia's official lifting out of famine earlier this year, the situation is still fragile and could be reversed without continued international aid, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

Until last year, most of Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, was, for several years, riven by a fluid frontline dividing the two sides – Al Shabaab fighters and troops belonging to the TFG, with the latter supported by AMISOM forces. Displaced by fighting and drought elsewhere in the country, some 184,000 people have sought humanitarian relief in the city.

Since the Al Shabaab withdrawal from the capital's central parts in August, the frontlines have been pushed back to the city's surrounding area. However, the use of roadside bombs, grenades and suicide bombers still take place, as do outbreaks of fighting.

In late May, AMISOM and TFG troops pushed into the Afgooye corridor, outside of Mogadishu. At the time, OCHA said that while civilian casualties from the operation appeared to be light, the operation led to the reported displacement of some 18,000 people.

In its communiqué, the ICG also welcomed the adoption of the UN Security Council's resolution 2036, which expanded the operations and support package for AMISOM and raised its troop ceiling from 12,000 to a maximum of 17,731. The unanimously adopted resolution also called on Member States and regional and international organizations to provide additional equipment, technical aid and funding to the enlarged force.

South Africa has offered to host the next meeting of the ICG on Somalia in early 2013.



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Syria-Turkey tension: Assad 'regrets' F-4 jet's downing

 

A Turkish Air Force F-4 war plane (file image) The Turkish F-4 plane went down in the Mediterranean and both pilots are missing
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is quoted as saying he regrets "100%" that a Turkish jet was shot down after entering Syrian airspace.
In an interview with Turkey's Cumhuriyet newspaper, he argues that the plane was flying in an area previously used by Israel's air force.
The plane went down in the Mediterranean last month and the two pilots have not been found.
The incident has heightened tensions between the two countries.
Last week, Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned Syria's action and described the neighbouring country as a "clear and present threat".
Turkey's border areas were reinforced with rocket-launchers and anti-aircraft guns on Friday.
It has also emerged that the Turkish air force scrambled fighter jets on Monday for the third day in a row after Syrian helicopters were said to have approached the border.

Analysis

In saying that he "regrets the incident 100%", Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is seeking to reduce tensions with Turkey and turn the page on an episode that risked bringing the two countries to the brink of war.
However, this falls well short of an apology. President Assad is still sticking to Syria's story that the plane was engaged in Syrian airspace, something the Turks dispute.
Mr Assad sought to deflect criticism by saying that the plane was flying at low level "in an air corridor used three times in the past by the Israeli air force". The soldier who shot it down, he said, had no radar and could not know to which country the plane belonged.
But did this really look like an Israeli attack? And surely somebody in Syria's comprehensive air defence network was monitoring the plane on radar.
In his Turkish interview, Mr Assad appears to try to cool the dispute, saying Syria had not and would not bolster its military presence, regardless of the actions of Mr Erdogan's government.
"We will not allow (the shooting down) to turn into open combat between the two countries," President Assad is quoted as saying.
In other developments:
  • Turkish media reported late on Monday that another 85 Syrian soldiers, including 14 senior officers, had defected across the Turkish border. It is one of the biggest groups of army defections since the March 2011 uprising in Syria began
  • Syria is practising a widespread policy of state-sanctioned torture with an "archipelago of torture centres", a Human Rights Watch report says
  • UN human rights chief Navi Pillay has said that both Syrian government forces and the opposition have been involved in operations that harmed civilians
  • At least 78 people were killed in violence throughout Syria on Monday, opposition activists reported
  • Clashes were reported on Tuesday in suburbs of Damascus and government forces were operating in the cities of Deraa and Deir al-Zour, the Local Co-ordination Committees (LCC) activist group said
  • UN observers visited the Damascus suburb of Douma on Tuesday, which was recaptured days earlier by government forces. They turned back for security reasons. Although their mission in Syria is officially suspended, they carry out humanitarian visits to assess the effect of the crisis on civilians
  • A picture released by activists purportedly showed the burial of more than a dozen people killed by Syrian forces in Douma

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I would never wish this on any plane but an enemy one. And in the case of a Turkish plane I am saying 100%, 'If only this had not happened' ”
End Quote Bashar al-Assad Syrian president
Cumhuriyet says that during its interview - carried out over two-and-a-half hours in Damascus on Sunday by Ankara bureau chief Utku Cakirozer - the Syrian leader was adamant that the plane's identity had become clear only after it was brought down.
"We want to think of it as a pilot's error and we would consider this an isolated incident," he is reported as saying. "I say 100% 'if only we had not shot it down'."
The soldier who opened fire on the F-4 Phantom had no access to radar, he says, pointing out that the same route was used in the 2007 Israeli bombing of a site in north-eastern Syria.
The UN's nuclear agency later said the site was very likely a nuclear reactor under construction.
Downed Turkish jet: the two accounts
Map of conflicting routes of Turkish jet downed by Syria
Syrian version Turkish version
  • 11:40 local time (08:40 GMT): F-4 spotted flying at altitude of 100m (330ft), 1-2km (0.5-1 nautical miles) from Syrian coast
  • Surprise meant no time to give warning
  • Air defences engaged aircraft about 1km (0.5 nautical miles) from coast; it crashed into sea 10km (5 nautical miles) west of village of Om al-Tuyour
  • Tail wreckage shows jet was hit by anti-aircraft gun, which has a maximum range of 2.5km (1.3 nautical miles)
  • Approx 10:28 local time (07:28 GMT): F-4 leaves Erhac airbase in Malatya province and flies south-west over Hatay province
  • 11:42: jet mistakenly enters Syrian airspace near Latakia at altitude of 61m (200ft) at speed of 300 knots
  • 11:47: leaves after Turkish radar operator warning - no Syrian warning
  • 11:56: jet hit 24 km (13 nautical miles) from Syrian coast at altitude of 7,400ft (2.2km) by heat-seeking or laser-guided missile.
  • 11:58: crashes into th

Syria opposition fails to overcome differences in Cairo

 

Meeting of Syrian opposition groups in Cairo (3 July 2012) Correspondents say the outcome of the meeting will frustrate opposition supporters inside Syria
Syrian opposition groups have agreed on a general plan for the way forward in the country at a meeting in Cairo that exposed their deep divisions.
Delegates set out how a transitional period would work and what they would do if they managed to oust President Bashar al-Assad.
But they failed to reach an agreement on forming a unified body to represent them in negotiations with world powers.
At one point scuffles broke out when a Kurdish delegation walked out.
In Syria, at least seven people were reportedly killed on Wednesday.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said four civilians had died in Maarat al-Numan in Idlib province, and that there had been clashes south of Damascus near a branch of Air Force Intelligence.
The Local Co-ordination Committees, an activist network, put the nationwide death toll at 60, including 12 people in Deraa and 13 in Idlib.
Meanwhile, the pressure group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused the Jordanian authorities of discriminating between Syrian nationals and Palestinians fleeing the violence.
HRW said in a statement that interviews with Syrian and Palestinian refugees indicated that Jordan had "forcibly returned some newly arriving Palestinians from Syria and threatened others with deportation".
Jordanian Information Minister Sameeh Maaytah dismissed the allegations as "totally baseless".
'Scandal'
The BBC's Jon Leyne in Cairo reports that Syria's opposition is notoriously divided, so it is hard to say whether the agreements or the disagreements which emerged from the meeting in the Egyptian capital were more significant.

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We are a people as we have language and religion, and that is what defines a people”
End Quote Morshed Mashouk Syrian Kurdish National Council
A final statement read by opposition leader Kamal al-Labuani said delegates "agreed that the political solution has to start by the fall of the regime represented in Bashar al-Assad and the icons of his power and calls for an immediate halt of violence committed by the Syrian regime".
In one document, the delegates set out their plans for a transitional period, including an interim government and parliament. This had been called for by the Action Group for Syria, a body representing world powers.
They also outlined how they would reform the armed forces, set up a commission to investigate crimes against the Syrian people, and dissolve the ruling Baath Party, whose members would be allowed to help run the country as long as they did not have "hands stained with blood".
A second document said the new post-Assad Syria would have a "republican, democratic, civilian, pluralistic" system of government. They also pledged to support economic and social justice.
However, the major point of disagreement was over the powers to be granted to a committee that would act as a single point of contact for the international community, recalling Libya's National Transitional Council.

Action Group for Syria agreement

  • All parties must recommit to sustained cessation of armed violence and immediately implement UN envoy Kofi Annan's six-point peace plan
  • Transitional government formed on basis of mutual consent; can include officials serving under President Assad and opposition members
  • Syrians will determine future of their country; all groups allowed to join national dialogue process
  • Constitutional order and legal system to be reviewed; changes subject to popular approval
  • All parties must engage genuinely with Mr Annan to work towards a Syrian-led settlement
The main opposition coalition, the Syrian National Council (SNC), reportedly insisted that it should act solely as a co-ordinating body without any leadership powers.
Earlier on Tuesday, there were scuffles, punches were thrown and women wept when a Kurdish group stormed out of the meeting after an argument over whether the Kurds should be recognised as a minority within Syria.
"We will not return to the conference and that is our final line. We are a people as we have language and religion and that is what defines a people," said Morshed Mashouk, a leading member of the Syrian Kurdish National Council.
Some delegates shouted "scandal, scandal" as the Kurds left, while one young activist alleged: "This is a faked withdrawal seeking to make the conference fail."
One activist group, the Syrian Revolution General Commission (SRGC), had earlier pulled out, saying it refused to engage in "political disputes which play with the fate of our people and our revolution".
Our correspondent says all this will frustrate opposition supporters inside Syria, and their allies outside, and provide comfort to President Assad.
However, it could be argued that the Cairo meeting was largely irrelevant, as events in Syria build a terrible momentum of their own, he adds.

German gunman 'kills hostages in Karlsruhe eviction'

 

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The area around the block was sealed off by police
A gunman and four hostages have died in a siege in the German city of Karlsruhe, police say.
The man, said to be facing eviction for not paying his rent, had barricaded himself in his flat with the hostages.
After smelling smoke, police stormed the flat where they found the bodies. All five are said to have died of gunshot wounds.
As well as the gunman, a bailiff and a locksmith died, along with the flat-owner and a prospective tenant.
The hostage-taking began when officials arrived on Wednesday morning to evict a man from a block of flats in the city in south-west Germany.
At about 09:00 local time (07:00 GMT), several shots rang out and police were called.

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I am deeply shocked by the deaths of five people, including a bailiff working as a justice official for Karlsruhe district court”
End Quote Rainer Stickelberger Baden-Wuerttemberg Justice Minister
Police spokesman Fritz Bachholz said: "Initial reports indicated that some people were injured, others were saying they were dead."
An area around the block in the Nordstadt area was sealed off and hundreds of police officers were deployed. A school and a kindergarten nearby were evacuated.
The BBC's Stephen Evans in Berlin says it is unclear whether or not police had made contact with the hostage-taker before the shootings.
'Thick smoke'
Special forces eventually moved in. German media said that initially four bodies, including the gunman, were discovered in the flat on the top floor of the building. It then emerged that a woman's body had also been found.
She was thought to be the hostage-taker's partner, unconfirmed reports said.
The smoke was so thick in the flat that "you couldn't see your hand in front of your eyes", a police spokesman was quoted as saying.
Police believed the gunman was a hunter who possessed several weapons.
"I am deeply shocked by the deaths of five people, including a bailiff working as a justice official for Karlsruhe district court," Baden-Wuerttemberg's Justice Minister Rainer Stickelberger said, according to Bild website. It was an "incomprehensible act," he added.

Bodies of Turkish jet crew shot down by Syria found

 

Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy was one of two airmen found
The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.
Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.
The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.
The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.
The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.
Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.
The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

Pakistan allows Nato convoys to Afghanistan to resume

 

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BBC's Aleem Maqbool says drivers are worried about threats from militant groups
Pakistan will reopen crucial supply routes to Nato-led forces in Afghanistan after the US apologised for killing 24 of its soldiers in November, Washington and Islamabad have said.
The decision will save the US hundreds of millions of dollars as it prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan.
Pakistan has said it hopes the move will improve relations with the US and other Nato countries.
The Pakistani Taliban promptly threatened to attack the convoys.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced the decision after a telephone conversation with her Pakistani counterpart, Hina Rabbani Khar.
"I offered our sincere condolences to the families of the Pakistani soldiers who lost their lives," she said in the statement.
Transit fees
The seven month-long row over supply lines have been hugely damaging to relations between Pakistan and the US, with both sides unwilling to back down.
It began in November last year when two dozen Pakistani soldiers were killed as US air strikes hit two posts on the Afghan border.

Analysis

There were several surprises on how Nato supply routes were reopened through Pakistan on Tuesday. The Americans finally said sorry for the 26 November attack, and Pakistan decided to forego the transit fees and other benefits they were demanding.
More surprisingly, the announcement came first from the US. It appears Pakistan needed a face-saver to avoid falling deeper into international isolation. Its powerful military, seen as the prime mover behind the Nato blockade, shared in the decision to open routes with the politicians.
But this seven-month standoff has clearly shown the pitfalls in the US-Pakistan relationship. The Americans will continue to feel the need to keep Pakistan's influence in Afghanistan at a minimum, and will remain wary of Islamabad's tendency to whip up anti-Americanism at home to achieve regional objectives.
At the time, Afghan officials said that Nato forces had been retaliating for gunfire from the Pakistani side of the volatile border, but Pakistan rejected that claim.
The supply route through Pakistan is crucial to the United States as it prepares to pull all combat troops out of Afghanistan by 2014.
Reports suggest the US may now release over $1bn in funding to Pakistan's military.
In a statement, Ms Clinton said: "Foreign Minister Khar and I acknowledged the mistakes that resulted in the loss of Pakistani military lives.
"We are sorry for the losses suffered by the Pakistani military. We are committed to working closely with Pakistan and Afghanistan to prevent this from ever happening again."
Islamabad confirmed it would not raise transit fees when the lines re-open.
US officials say the existing charge of $250 (£160) per truck will not change - Washington had baulked at a Pakistani demand for $5,000 per container to let supplies flow again.
Improved relations?
The BBC's Kim Ghattas says Washington had resisted saying sorry as there is deep anger among Americans about the death of US soldiers in Afghanistan from attacks by militant groups with alleged connections to Pakistan's ISI intelligence agency.
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Nato has 100,000 personnel in Afghanistan. How will it get them out?
Shortly before Tuesday's announcement, Pakistani Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said the issue had damaged his country's relations with the US, as well as the 49 other Nato member states.
After the US apology Pakistan's ambassador to Washington Sherry Rehman said she hoped bilateral relations between the two countries could move to a "better place".
"I am confident that both countries can agree on many critical issues, especially on bringing peace to the region," she added.
During the dispute the US reduced its reliance on Pakistan by using a more costly route through Central Asia.

US-Pakistan: Uneasy allies

  • 30 Sept 2010: Nato helicopters kill two Pakistani soldiers - border closure follows
  • 22 April 2011: Supplies to Nato in Afghanistan halted for three days in protest over drone attacks
  • 2 May: US announces Bin Laden's death and says Pakistan not warned of raid
  • 26 Nov: Nato air strikes on checkpoints on Afghan border kill 24 Pakistani troops
  • 27 Nov: Pakistan closes Nato supply routes to Afghanistan
  • 12 Dec: Pakistan's prime minister says neither country trusts the other
  • Jan-Jun 2012: Drone strikes kill dozens of militants on the Afghan/Pakistan border, with a brief hiatus during April
  • 3 July: US confirms supply routes are to be reopened after apologising to Pakistan for troop deaths
General John Allen, the US commander of Nato troops in Afghanistan, said the decision to open the supply lines was "a demonstration of Pakistan's desire to help secure a brighter future for both Afghanistan and the region at large".
Gen Allen had held talks in Islamabad twice in the last six days.
In April, Pakistani lawmakers approved new guidelines for ties with the US, but demanded that the country provide an unconditional apology for the November attack, and stop drone strikes.
The standoff cast a diplomatic shadow over a Nato summit two months ago in Chicago where correspondents said US President Barack Obama snubbed his Pakistani counterpart, Asif Ali Zardari.
Relations between the US and Pakistan were severely strained for much of last year, reaching crisis levels following the killing of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden by US forces in Pakistan in May.
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Madaxweynaha Somaliland iyo Wefti uu Hoggaaminayo oo Berbera si Diirran Loogu soo Dhaweeyey

Berbera(RBC):- Madaxweynaha Somaliland Axmed Maxamed Siilaanyo iyo Wefti uu hoggaaminayo, ayaa maanta ka soo degay garoonka diyaaradaha ee magaalada Berbera, ka dib markii ay soo dhammaysteen safar shaqo oo ay muddo toddobaad ka badan ku joogeen magaalada Dubai ee dalka Isu-tagga Imaaraadka Carabta.
Madaxweynaha Somaliland iyo Weftigiisa waxa si diirran ugu soo dhaweeyey garoonka diyaaradaha magaalada Berbera Wasiirro Xukuumadiisa ka tirsan, Xildhibaannada Baarlamanka, Agaasimayaal, Maamulka gobolka Saaxil iyo ka degmada Berbera, Masuuliyiin iyo dadweyne kale oo badan, kuwaas oo uu Madaxweynuhu isaga oo dhoolla-caddaynaya salaamayey.
Intii uu Weftigan Madaxweynuhu ku sugnaa Dubai waxay magaaladaa kulammo ku wada-yeesheen Madaxweynaha dawladda Ku-meel-gaadhka ah ee Soomaaliya Sheekh Shariif Sheekh Axmed, Masuuliyiinta sarsare ee dawladda Imaaraadka Carabta, Ganacsato Carbeed iyo Hoggaamiyaha SSC Saleebaan Xagla-toosiye. Waxay Madaxweyne Sheekh Shariif iyo Madaxweyne Axmed-Siilaanyo wada sexeexeen dhaqangalka heshiis siddeed qodob ka kooban oo ay soo wada saareen Guddiyo ay u magacaabeen wadahadallada Somaliland iyo Soomaaliya oo 21-kii bishii June shir ugu soo xidhmay waddanka Ingiriiska iyo war-murtiyeed afar qodob ka kooban.
Madaxweynaha Somaliland Axmed Maxamed Maxamuud (Siilaanyo) oo qolka nasashada ee garoonka diyaaradaha Berbera Warbaahinta kula hadlay, waxa uu sheegay inuu guul ugu soo dhammaaday Safarka ay Dubai ku tageen, isla markaana kulanka dhex-maray Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya uu guul u yahay gooni-isu-taagga ay Somaliland ku dhawaaqday 18 May 1991, koboca xidhiidhka Soomaaliya iyo Somaliland iyo sidoo kale isu socodka labada Bulsho.
Waxa kale oo uu Madaxweyne Siilaanyo sheegay inay wax weyn Somaliland u tahay in la simo kaalmooyinka la siiyio Soomaaliya iyo Somaliland oo uu sheegay in Dubai lagaga dhawaaqay, iskaashiga nabadgelyada oo laga wada shaqeeyo iyo inuu wadahadalku sii socdo.
Sidoo kale, Axmed Siilaanyo waxa uu sheegay inay guul tahay in wadahadal ay la yeeshaan Saleebaan Xagla-toosiye, Ganacsato Maal-gashi Somaliland ku sameeya iyo madaxda dawladda Imaaraadka oo uu sheegay inay kala hadleen sidii ay Somaliland uga caawin lahaayeen dhinacyo badan oo ay ka mid yihiin xidhiidhka ganacsi iyo sidii Somaliland looga kaalmayn lahaa dhinacyada abaaraha iyo horumarinta arrimaha bulshada.
Si kastaba ha ahaatee, Madaxweyne Axmed-Siilaanyo ayaa noqonaya Madaxweynihii ugu horreeyey ee ay Somaliland yeelato ee wadahadal la bilaaba Madaxda dawladda dalka Soomaaliya, tan iyo markii lagu dhawaaqay inay Somaliland gooni uga istaagtay dalka Soomaaliya 18 May 1991-kii oo lagaga dhawaaqay magaalada Burco ee xarunta gobolka Togdheer, waxaanay Xukuumadda iyo inta badan bulshada reer Somaliland u arkaan in bilawga wadahadallada Somaliland iyo Soomaaliya guul badan keeni karaan labada dhinac-ba.

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DAAWO SAWIRADA: Odoyaasha Dhaqanka Oo Dib U Dhigay Soo Xulida Ergada Ansixinaysa Dastuurka Iyo Xukuumada Oo Ka Soo Horjeesatay

Muqdisho (RBC Radio) Maanta ayaa waxaa lagu waday in odoyaasha dhaqanka Soomaaliyeed ee ku shiraya magaalada Muqdisho ay soo bandhigaan eryada ansixinaysa Dastuurka cusub ee Soomaaliya, laakiin waxaa la sheegay in arintaasi ay dib u dhacday.
Xarunta Odoyaasha dhaqanka ee magaalada Muqdisho ayaa ka dib ku lan ay maanta ku yeesheen wasiiro ka tirsan xukuumada KMG iyo odoyaasha dhaqanka ayaa gaba gabadii waxaa ka soo baxday in arintaasi dib loo dhigo.
Odayaasha dhaqanka ayaa u sheegay xubnaha golaha wasiirada in dib loogu dhigo soo gudbinta ergada ansixinaysa dastuurka Cusub islamarkaana muddo saddex cisho ah loogu daro oo la gaarsiiyo ilaa lixda bishaan.
Odayaasha dhaqanka ayaa sheegay in dastuurka uusan bislayn ama uusna hagaajisnayn iskabadaa in lasoo bandhigo eragadii ansixin lahayd dastuurka oo la doonayo in gabi ahaanba la ansixiyo 12 bishaan.
Ku Simaha Raysal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya ahana wasiirka ganacsiga C/wahaab Ugaas Xuseen Ugaas Khaliif ayaa carabka ku dhuftay in Odoyaasha dhaqanka ay muhiim tahay in waqtigii loogu talagay aay ku soo xuleen ergada ansixinaysa dastuurka.
C/laahi Goodax Barre oo ah Wasiirka qorshaytna iyo xiriirka caalamiga ee xukuumadda KMG Soomaaliya ayaa sheegay in loo baahan yahay in odayaasha ay deg deg kusoo bandhigaan ergada ansixinaysa dastuurka isaga oo sheegay inu yar yahay waqtiga lana doonayo in 12-ka Bishan la bilaabo shirarka lagu ansixinayo dastuurka.

Soomaaliya oo ka qeybgeleysa tartanka Olombikada Adduunka ee London ka furmi doona

 

Arbaco, July 04, 2012-Mas’uuliyiin Isboorti iyo Ciyaartoy ka socda dalka Soomaaliya ayaa ka qeybgeleysa tartanka Olombikada Adduunka oo 27-ka bishan ka furmi doona magaalada London ee dalka Britain.

Guddoomiyaha Guddiga Olombikada Soomaaliyeed Duran Axmed Faarax ayaa HOL u sheegay in diyaargarowga ka qeybgalka tartanka uu meel wanaagsan u marayo, wuxuuna xusay in Mas’uuliyiin iyo ciyaartoy ka socda dalka Soomaaliya ay inta aan la gaarin 20-ka bishan soo gaari doonaan magaalada London.

“Arrinta diyaargarowga meel wanaagsan ayay mareysaa, waxaana tartanka Soomaaliya uga soo qeybgeli doona wafdi ka kooban 9 xubnood oo isugu jira mas’uuliyiin Isboorti iyo ciyaartoy, waxaaney ciyaartoyda yihiin kuwo dhinaca ciyaaraha fudud ah”ayuu yiri Duran Faarax.

Duran Faarax waxaa uu intaas ku daray in Guddiga Olombikada Soomaaliyeed iyo Guddiga qabanqaabada ciyaaraha Olombikada Adduunka ee London iyo hay’adda xuduudaha UK koontaroosha ee (UK Border Agency) ay ka shaqeynayaan sidii tas-hiilaadka imaanshaha wafdigan loo fududeyn lahaa, wuxuuna caddeeyay in arrintaas ay meel gebogebo ah mareyso.

Sanadkii 2008 ayay ahayd markii wafdi sare oo ka socda Guddiga Olombikada Soomaaliyeed ee GOS iyo ciyaartoy ay ka qeybgaleen tartankii Olombikada Adduunka ee Beijing-China lagu qabtay, wuxuuna wafdigaas Soomaaliyeed iyo ciyaartoydiiba ay calanka Soomaaliya ku soo bandhigeen fagaarahaas caalamiga ahaa ee Beijing, waxayna taas ahayd mid si weyn loogu farxay.

Nasiib-darro sanadkan waxay ciyaaraha Olombikada Adduunka ku soo beegmayaan iyadoo qaraxii ka dhacay tiyaatarka Muqdisho ay ku dhinteen mas’uuliyiin Isboorti oo uu ka mid ahaa Guddoomiyihii Guddiga Olombikada Soomaaliyeed Alle ha u naxariistee Aadan Yabarow Wiish.

Si kastaba Arrintu ha ahaa, tartanka Olombikada Adduunka ee dhammaadka bishan ka furmi doona Magaalada London ayaa waxaa caalamka ka daawan doona dad lagu qiyaasay 14 Billion oo ruux, halka ay ka soo qeybgelayaan shakhsiyaad isboorti oo ciyaartoy, madax iyo taageerayaal isugu jira, kuwaasi oo ka kala imaan doona 205 dal oo uu dalka Soomaaliya ku jiro.


Salaad Iidow Xasan (Xiis), Hiiraan Online
sxiis@hiiraan.com

War Murtiyeedkii Kasoo Baxay Kooxda Xiriirka Caalamiga ee Soomaaliya 2-3 Luulyo 2012, Roma

 

Moqdisho 04,July, 2012- Shirka 22aad ee Kooxda Xiriirka Caalamiga (ICG) ayaa lagu qabtay magaalada Rome 2da ilaa iyo 3da Luulyo 2012, iyadoo uu guddoominayay wakiilka gaarka ah ee xoghaya qaramada midoobay Dr. Augustine Mahiga iyo wadamada Norway iyo Mareykanka.

Wasiirka arrimaha dibadda Talyaaniga Giulio Terzi, afhayeenka baarlamaanka Soomaaliya Sharif Xasan Sheekh Adan, Ra'iisul wasaaraha Soomaaliya Cabdiweli Maxamed Cali iyo wakiilo ka socda Puntland, Galmudug iyo Ahlu Sunna Wal Jamaca ayaa dhamaan shirka ka hadlay.

Hanaanka Siyaasadeed

Kooxda xiriirka caalamiga ayaa dib-u fiirin ku sameysay horumarada siyaasadeed, waxayna ku cel celisay sida ay uga go’antahay xiliga ku meel gaarka inuu dhamaado 20ka bisha siddeedaad 2012 sida ku xusan Axdiga ku meel gaarka, heshiiskii Jabuuti, heshiiskii Kampala, Roadmap-ka iyo shirarkii wadatashiyada ahaa ee xigay. Gaar ahaan, Kooxda ICG ayaa soo dhoweysay heshiiska ay wada gaareen madaxda dowladda mar ay shir isagu imaadeen magaalada Nairobi 22 June isla markaana isku af gartay qabyo qoraalka kama dambeysta ah. Qabyo qoraalka ayaa la hor keenayaa Golaha Dastuurka Qaranka si ay u saxiixaan si ku meel gaar ahaan.

Kooxda ICG ayaa walaac ka muujisay dib-u dhaca mar walba ku yimaada wakhtiyada kama dambeysta ah ee loogu tala galay in hawlaha lagu dhameystiro. Kooxda ayaa waxay ka codsatay dhinacyada Soomaalida inaysan dib-uga dhicin wakhtiyada hawlaha loogu tala galay sida furitaanka (12ka Luulyo) iyo xiritaanka (20ka Luulyo) Golaha Dastuurka Qaranka, iyo in lasoo xulo Barlamaanka federaaliga ayna dhacdo doorashada afhayeenka Baarlamaanka cusub iyo ku/xigeenadiisa (4ta August) iyo doorashada madaxweynaha (20ka August). ICG ayaa codsatay in si de deg ah ay hawshooda u bilaabaan gudiga dhex dhexaadinta odayaasha, xafiiska is-ku duwidda saxiixayaasha Roadmap-ka, gudiga fududeynta farsamada iyo gudiga doorashada farsamada si looga qeyb galiyo hanaanka doorashada.

Midda ku saabsan baarlamaana federaaliga ah ee cusub, kooxda waxay sheegeen in loo baahan yahay in baarlamaanka cusub uu ahaado mid ka shaqeeyo rabitaanka shacabka gaar ahaan tayada xubnaha baarlamaanka, dheeli tirnaan xagga jinsiyada iyo awooda fulinta go’aanada dowladda.

Khariidad shaqo ee isku dhafan waa in loo hagaajiyaa baarlamaanka cusub iyo dowladda, taasoo looga gol leeyahay in lagu xoojiyo qaab dhismeedka laanta sharci fulinta dowladda si sare looga qaado ilaalinta xuquuqda aadanaha iyo cadaaladda.

Kooxda ayaa hoosta ka xariiqday fariintii ay si wadajir ah u qoreen kuna saabsaneyd qas-wadayaasha iyo kuwa ka soo horjeeda geedi socodka nabadda in loo gudbinayo golaha wasiiraha ee IGAD iyo kooxda daba galka ee QM si cuna qabateyn looga soo oogo.

Kooxda ICG ayaa xustay horumarada laga sameeyay Roadmap-ka waxayna ku baaqeen in la dhameystiro hawlaha dhiman. Balse wakhti xaadirka waxaa diiradda la saarayaa dhameystirka xiliga kumeel gaarka. Kooxda ayaa sidoo kale ugu baaqday dowladda cusub ee Soomaaliya in ay dejiso qaab lagu doonayo in la isla wada arko waxyaabaha mudnaanta la siinayo 60ka beri ee ugu horeysa. Kooxda ayaa balan qaaday inay gacan ka geysanayso shirka ugu horeeya ee la qabanayo dowladda cusub bisha September kaasoo lagu falan qeynayo waxyaabaha muhimadda la siinayo.

Kooxda ayaa cambaareysay weerarkii lagu qaaday kaniisad ku taala Kenya iyo afduubidda shaqaale samafal.

Kooxda ayaa balan qaaday inay gacan ka geysaneyso taageerida ilaalinta xuquuqda aadanaha iyo dhowrista sharciga.

Qodobka Nabad galyada

ICG waxay amaantay guulaha militeri ee ay gaareen ciidamada AMISOM iyo kuwa dowladda iyo xulafadooda sida dowladda Ethiopia iyagoo ka hor tagay khatarta kooxaha Al-shabab.
Kooxda ayaa ku cel celisay taageerada ay u hayaan ehelada dadka ku geeriyooday dagaalada. Iyagoo aqoonsaday in AMISOM ay ku guuleysatay ilaalinta rayidka hadana ugu yeertay kooxaha isku haya Soomaaliya inay ilaaliyaan shaacabka gaar ahaan haweenka iyo caruurta. Waxay baaq u direen hey’adaha gargaarka in gargaarka ay gaarsiyaan kuwa u baahan.

Inta lagu guda jiray shirka, ICG waxay aqoonsatay saxiixa Hussein Arab Isse oo ah ku/xigeenka raisul wasaaraha/wasiirka difaaca iyo midka Dr. Augustine Mahiga oo ah wakiilka gaarka ah ee xoghaya QM kaasoo ku saabsan qorshe laisla wada meel dhigay ee askareynta caruurta.

ICG ayaa soo dhaweysay qorshaha golaha ammaanka ee QM 2036 kaasoo balaariyay waajibaadka hawlgalka AMISOM iyo kordhinta ciidamada AMISOM. Kooxda ayaa soo dhoweysay ciidamada Jabuuti, Kenya, Nigeria iyo Sierra Leone. Kooxda waxay kaloo soo dhoweysay dadaalada dowladda KMG sida ay u dooneyso inay u mideyso ciidamada dowladda si hal meel looga wada xukumo. Teegeero loo fidinayo AMISOM iyo ciidamada dowladda Soomaaliya ayaa kamid ahaa waxyaabaha ay soo dhoweysa kooxda isla markaana ciidamada hore ee dowladda in la taageero iyaga iyo reerahooda.

Kooxda ayaa ugu baaqday Al-shabab iyo kooxaha kale inay colaadda joojiyaan ayna ku soo biiraan hanaanka nabadeed.

Sanadada soo socda, Soomaaliya waxaa laga rabaa inay gacanta ku dhigto ammaanka iyo bixinta mushaaraadka shaqaalaha dowladda isla markaana de dejiso sameynta ciidamo qaran oo suga ammaanka.

Madaxa kooxda ICG ayaa soo magac qaaday arrin soo cusboonaatay oo ku saabsan burcad badeeda. Kooxda ayaa soo magac qaaday warbixintii ugu dambeysay ee Shirkii Dubai ee ka hor tagga burcad badeeda kaasi oo la qabtay bisha June 28 si dowladaha gobolka ay awood lagula dagaalamayo burcad badeeda u yeeshaan isla markaana lagu dhowrayo shuruucda caalamiga ee la dagaalanka burcad badeeda.

Qodobka Xasilinta

Iyadoo goobo badan lagala wareegay kooxaha Al-shabab, waxaa loo baahan yahay in la sameeyo maamulo ka arimiya goobahaasi si loo sugo ammaanka goobahaasi. Kooxda ayaa qoonsatay dadaalada dib-hushiisiineed iyo xasilineed ee dowladda kumeel gaarka. Waxaa kaloo goobta shirka laga sheegay qoraal ay soo diyaarisay dowladda Talyaaniga kaasoo tusme mise hage u noqon kara qorshayaasha dowladda ee cusub.

Kooxda ayaa waxay amaantay horumarada maamulada Somaliland, Puntland, Galmud iyo Ahlu Sunna Wal Jamaca kuwasoo sugay amaanka isla markaana keenay maamul wanaag. Dadaaladan waan is la sii wadaa lana taageeraa.

Qodobka Cadaaladda

Kooxda waxay hoosta ka xariiqeen baahida loo qabo in la sameeyo laan cadaaladda ka shaqeysa ee madax banaan, gaar ahaan taageerida cadaalad loo sameeyo haweenka iyo kooxaha taagta daran. Kooxda ayaa balan qaaday in maamulo iyo maxkamado loo sameeyo goobaha la xoreeyay.

Xiriirka Caalamiga

Kooxda ayaa soo dhoweysay natiijooyinka shirarka qabsoomay laga soo bilaabo bisha labaad (February). Shirkii London ayaa dar dar geliyay hanaanka siyaasadeed, taageerida AMISOM iyo ciidamada dowladda iyo dadaalo la soo cusbooneysiyay ee lagula dagaalamayo burcad badeedda iyo argagixisanimada.

Gole la xisaabtamo dhaqaalaha dowladda isla markaana ka hor taga musuqmaasuq waa muhiim in la sameeyaa.

Shirka labaad ee lagu qabtay Istanbul ayaa soo shaac bixiyay muhimadda dib- u heshiisiinta, hey’ado u sameynta dowladda iyo dib- u dhiska laamaha dowladda. Gaar ahaan shirka Istanbul wuxuu xoogga saaray baahida loo qabo in dhaqaale lagu dayactiro wadooyinka iyo goobaha muhiimka ah ee dowladda, fududeynta waxyaabaha aasaaska u ah nolosha. Shirka saddexaad ee lagu qabtay Dubai ayaa isna waxaa ka soo baxay qodobo muhiim ah oo ku aadan ka hor tagga burcad badeeda.

Kooxda ICG ayaa sheegtay inay is-bedel ku sameyneyso qaababkeeda shaqo si looga diyaar garoobo dhamaanshaha xiliga kumeel gaarka isla markaana loo taageero Soomaaliya. Is-bedelada ayaa waxaa kamid ahaan doona hagaajinta koox masuul ka noqota hanaanka siyaasadeed iyo xoojinta xiriirka ururada horumarineed, midda cadaaladda iyo ammaanka.
Kooxda xiriirka caalamiga ICG ayaa u maha celisay dowladda Talyaaniga sida wanaagsan ay u marti qaadeen shirka waxayna soo dhoweeyeen balan qaad wadanka Koofur Afrika uu sameeyay inay marti galineyso shirka xiga ee 2013.

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