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EU Special Envoy Meets Puntland Officials

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Mogadishu, July 25, 2007 – European Union special envoy for Somalia, George Marc-Andre, who is visiting the semiautonomous province of Puntland, north Somalia, has had meetings with the officials in Garowe, the capital city of the province.

Abdirahman Bangah, Puntland information minister, told Shabelle that the envoy talked to the officials about the reconciliation conference maintaining in southern Somalia.

"We, as the Puntland administrators, asked the EU envoy that Europe should help us to be able to structure water wells for the poor people in the rural areas in the province," he said.

Source: Shabelle Media Network

 

 


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