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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)
… Sudan Tribune has learnt that an agreement has been reached that the AU and UN will form a tripartite commission with the country’s interim government. The joint commission in collaboration with other regional bodies will jointly be tasked in coordinating military and political strategies in...
Somali lawmakers extend their mandate (03.02.2011)
Somalia's transitional parliament Thursday extended its own mandate by three years, speaker Sharif Hassan Sheikh Adan said. The mandate of the 550-strong body had been due to expire alongside that of the transitional government (TFG) in August of this year.
The top United Nations humanitarian official today called for a concerted response to the crisis in Somalia, where a worsening drought has led to severe shortages of water, food and pasture, and swelled the number of people in need of assistance to 2.4 million.
UN seeks wide consultation for post-TFG rule (27.01.2011)
Consultations on the post-transitional government process in Somalia have started, and will involve all stakeholders and the international community, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General to Somalia said.
The United Nations acknowledged on Wednesday that Somalia would miss an August deadline to adopt a new constitution and hold the first elections in the Horn of Africa nation for decades. Under the terms of a 2009 deal, the mandate of Somalias Transitional Federal Government (TFG) expires on Aug....
The United Nations and the African Union will hold a high-level meeting in a few days to review efforts to achieve peace, security and reconciliation in strife-torn Somalia, which has been suffering through two decades of conflict and numerous humanitarian challenges.
The United Nations envoy for Somalia today inaugurated a programme through which some 500 Somali police recruits will be trained in neighbouring Djibouti with funding provided by Japan as part of international efforts to strengthen the capacity of the Somali interim authorities to improve security.