Somali President holds urgent talks with intl partners in Mogadishu
MOGADISHU, Somalia – The President of Federal Republic of Somalia has held an urgent meeting with some international partners in Mogadishu after returning from Garowe, where he attended high level talks which collapsed.
Mr. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed and international partners have discussed on latest political situation and the cause of failure of Garowe talks.
Garowe meeting was attended by Somali President Mohamed and his premier Hassan Ali Khaire and country’s regional state members, process to election in 2021, regional elections, Petroleum explorations, constitution, security and cooperation.
The talks between Federal and regional leaders ended with no significant progress as some of the regional leaders walked out of the ongoing meeting.
President Mohamed accused Galmudug and Jubaland leaders of being responsible for the failure of Garowe talks after the leaders asked for extension of their terms in office.
The International Community says it would release a joint statement on Garowe talks after meeting with country’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed in Mogadishu.