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Ugandan Foreign Minister Says His Country’s Military Presence In Somalia Will Pose No Danger In Somaliland

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Ugandan Foreign Minister Says His Country’s Military Presence In Somalia Will Pose No Danger In Somaliland

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Ugandan Foreign minister, Sam Kutesa

London, September 29, 2007 (SL Times) - The Ugandan Foreign minister, Sam Kutesa, denied that his country’s military presence in Somalia posed no danger to Somaliland’s stability.

The minister told the Somaliland Times reporter in London last week that Uganda’s role in Somalia is of peacekeeping nature.

“Our being in Somalia is to help the TFG government in such matters as training of police and national army,” he said.

Asked whether such assistance wouldn’t lead to encouraging the TFG to destabilize Somaliland, the Ugandan Foreign minister said “Our being in Somalia has nothing to do with what Somaliland is doing, if your case is convincing then you will have independence, but we are not against Somaliland interest.”

Source: Somaliland Times


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