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Meles discussed with Somalia President
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Prime Minister Meles Zenawi said Ethiopia would extend support for the lasting peace and stability of Somalia. While conferring with the Somalia President Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed here on Tuesday the premier said Ethiopia is committed for the durable peace and stability of Somalia.
He said the Ethiopia defense force with Somalia Transitional Federal Government (TFG) security forces have freed strongholds of Al shebab.
The two sides exchange views as to how ensure sustainable peace and security in theses areas to enable the local people to establish its administration.
The two countries are working a successful works in security areas, PM Meles said and added the two countries agreed to further enhance their cooperation in this regard.
He said the two countries would work closely to address the drought and humanitarian crisis in Somali with partner other partners.
After the discussion Somalis president Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed told journalists his country valued the efforts of the Ethiopian government in ensuring dependable peace and stability in Somalia.
He said the relation between Ethiopia and Somalia is getting cemented.
The president said the two countries have agreed to further bolster their cooperation in the areas of peace and security.
He said Somalia needs Ethiopia’s support as it clearly revealed in dismissing the Al shebab, the terrorist sect from towns of Somalia.
It is to be recalled that the Ethiopian defense force in collaboration with TFG forces chased out the al shebab militants from Baidwo and Beledweyne towns of Somalia.
The Ethiopian military force would support the residents of the town to establish their administration until it hands over the freed towns to AMISON in the coming April, it was learnt.
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