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EU Military Mission to Contribute to the Training of Somali Security Forces (EU)
African Union Mission in Somalia (Sonstige)
United Nations Political Office for Somalia (UN-Peacebuilding)
A former Islamist warlord was declared president of Somalia's southern region on Wednesday, something likely to upset the government in Mogadishu as it tries to assert its authority.
EU to step up security involvement in Somalia (15.05.2013)
The European Union is to move military training of Somali soldiers from Uganda to Mogadishu in a show of confidence in Somalia's growing stability after two decades of turmoil, the EU special envoy to Somalia said on Wednesday. … Michele Cervone d'Urso, the EU envoy, said having up to 80 European...
Somali security sector reform – analysis (13.05.2013)
An ambitious National Security and Stabilization Plan (NSSP), adopted last August, outlines plans to rebuild Somalia's armed forces and national security programme, reform the police and judiciary, and roll out a modern coastguard. Leaders hope to build a professional army of 28,000 within three...
Britain, the United States and other international donors have pledged more than $300 million to help Somalia, as the country rebuilds from two decades of chaos and war. British Prime Minister David Cameron said his country will commit $15.5 million toward developing the Somali armed forces and...
The Security Council today voted unanimously to establish the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia, to be known as UNSOM and to be based in the country’s capital, Mogadishu, beginning on 3 June for an initial period of 12 months.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Nicholas Kay, a diplomat from the United Kingdom, as his new Special Representative for Somalia, it was announced today.
Although suicide bombings and shootings continue in the Somali capital, the United Nations plans to triple its international presence in Mogadishu by July to stem corruption in aid projects managed from outside the country and so it can access new areas.