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British Parliamentarians To Begin A Short Visit To Somaliland Today

Hargeisa, Jan 24, 2004 (SL Times) Ė A group of British
Parliamentarians are expected to arrive in Hargeisa today on a one-day
and a half visit to Somaliland.

The British delegation consist of MPs from both the ruling labor party
as well as other political parties currently in the opposition.

During their short visit to Somaliland, the UK Parliamentarians are
scheduled to meet with President Dahir Rayale Kahin, Foreign Affairs
Minister Edna Adan Ismail, leaders of both Houses of Somaliland's
parliament, political parties and civil society groups.

The British MPs will be accompanied by Mr. Owen Richards, second
Secretary for political affairs at the UK Embassy at Addis Ababa.

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