In a press release issued today Somalia's minister of information Abdullahi Elmoge Hirsi has strongly condemned the publication of a fake letter by some local media houses.
The European Union has pledged 650m euro ($860m; £540m) at a conference in Brussels to help Somalia end more than two decades of conflict.
The money is part of a "New Deal" for what is widely regarded as a failed state, officials said.
This week Somali government led by President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud marks its first year in office. The European Union is now calling on officials in Mogadishu to reach out to leaders in southern and central Somalia to help them solve their political differences. The diplomats say the political dialogue between the Somali people is important for the success of the government.
While praising the people and Government of Somalia, along with their international partners, for being “on the brink of achieving truly great things,” the top United Nations Envoy in the country warned the Security Council that overall success is not guaranteed and that “in no sense at all is the Somalia 'crisis' over.