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Open Letter to: Speaker of Somaliland House of Representatives

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Response To: “War On Use Of Khat Ignores A Culture.”

London, UK, August 19, 2006 (SL Times) – The leader of Somaliland, H.E. Dahir Rayale Kahin, visited the UK as a guest of the British Government and had talks with the Minister for Africa, Lord Triesman, about bilateral and regional issues.

Accompanying Somaliland Ministers also met senior officials in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Home Office and the Department for International Development and had detailed follow up discussions.

The two sides agreed to remain in close touch and to make further visits to increase their cooperation on issues of mutual concern. Both sides stressed their commitment to promoting peace, stability and democratic governance in the Horn of Africa, so that the humanitarian and developmental needs of the region's people can be addressed.

Source: Government of the United Kingdom, Date: 18 Aug 2006

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