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S/land Foreign Affairs Ministry Appoints New Representatives

Issue 298
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Index
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Somaliland’s Armed Forces Chief Says, “We Are Determined To Secure S/land Borders”

S/land Foreign Affairs Minister Appoints New Representatives

Somaliland Will Close Its Borders, By Peace Or War

''Somalia's President Yusuf Loses His Grip on Power''

Uganda Envoy Brokering Somali Peace As Five Killed In Mogadishu

Breaking into even smaller bits?

European Union - The Grand Experiment

U.S. Congressmen Support Sanctions On Ethiopia

Hirsi Ali Returns to the Netherlands after Losing Body Guards

Regional Dimensions of the Human Rights and Humanitarian Situation in the "Ogaden," Somalia, and Beyond - Testimony of Dr. J. Peter Pham

Dangerous Crossroads: US Sponsored War Games

Greece struggles to curb influx of illegal immigrants

America's Energy Wars - A New Front - Africa

Regional Affairs

Aid Workers Suspend Operations As Somaliland, Puntland Row Deepens

Somaliland newspaper’s provincial correspondent held by police for past four days

Editorial
Special Report

International News

The Sino-Russian Alliance: Challenging America's Ambitions in Eurasia

Toronto Woman Jailed In Somalia For Refusing Marriage, Say Friends

Racism Forces Somalis Off Estate

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

The Anglo-Somali War 1901-1920 or "How to get rid of a rebel"

The Past, Through The Looking-Glass

Experts divided on local presence of chewable drug khat in Fort McMurray

Sleeping Sickness One Of Africa’s Most Serious Development Constraints

Susceptibility To The Partition

Gucci shoes, a bag of rice, and an AK-47 - you won't believe the price

Somalis live in fear as alleged killer freed

Olympics not too Farah away

Somali novelist Farah tops Frankfurt's Africa literary list - Feature

Food for thought

Opinions

TFG Vs. Somaliland Showdown In Disputed Sool Region

Will KULMIYE Usher New Political Direction Or Remain Eclipsed By The Feuding Of Its Leaders?

“Sheik” Hassan Jaami’s Plagiarized Article Exposed

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN SOMALILAND

The Laas-Canood And Buhoodle
Situations

Debunking the Mystery Surrounding the NSPU

Is Kulmiye Destroying Somaliland's Pastoral Democracy?

The Last Ten Nights Of Ramadan


Somaliland Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Abdillahi M Duale

Hargeysa, October 6, 2007 (SL Times) – On Thursday, the Somaliland minister of foreign affairs named new ambassadors for its foreign missions in Europe. Two additional European capitals ( Paris and Dublin) have been added to the ministry’s foreign mission portfolios.

The minister’s statement, signed by the vice-minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Saeed M Noor, said that the ministry has established two new consulates in France and Ireland, and has created new posts inside the ministry’s department of foreign missions, an ‘ambassador at large’ and a special ‘advisor to the minister’ of foreign Affairs.

The statement said that the ministry has called on the services of Mr Muhamud N Fagadhe, the former deputy chair of Kulmiye party and a former foreign minister in Egal’s administration during the 90’s, to be the Paris representative for the ministry.

The ministry named Mr Abdifatah H Ahmed, who used to be the coordinator for the Diaspora and the S/land government, to take charge of its Dublin mission office.

Furthermore, the ministry of Foreign Affairs has appointed Mr Adan M Jibril, a veteran journalist to replace the long time London Somaliland representative, Mr Osman A Ahmed, who has been the Somaliland representative in London since 1991.

In the same statement, Mr Muhammad Aar, who used to be the UK Kulmiye party chairman in 2006 and a veteran of the SNM struggle against the Barre regime in the 1980s was appointed by the ministry as an ‘Ambassador At Large’ for Somaliland. In addition, the statement noted that, “Mr Muhamad E Huble has been appointed as an advisor to the foreign minister for Arab affairs.”

The ministry of Foreign Affairs’ statement mentioned that the decision for these new appointments were made by the Somaliland Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Abdillahi M Duale and was part of the ministry’s new policy to transform the portfolios and scope of the ministry.

Source: Somaliland Times


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