6 May 2009

Somalia: Govt Calls for the World to Intervene in 'Eritrean Meddling'

Somalia — Somalia's government has called Tuesday for the International community to stop "Eritrea's intervention."

On Sunday, Somalia minister for National Security Omar Hashi Aden, blamed Asmara for sending two arms consignments by two aircrafts that landed at Belli Dogle south of Mogadishu.

Farhan Ali Mohamud, Somalia's information held a press conference in the Somali capital Mogadishu and called for the International Community to intervene what he called problems that Asmara is causing inside Somalia.

The minister said that the government of Eritrea trains rebels who are against to the Somali government and imported weapons to Somalia. He added that rebels brought arms shipments from Eritrea and landed in 50km and Belli Dogle airstrips.

He said that Eritrea was the only government that opposes the Somali government and called for Eritrea to stop meddling about Somali internal affairs.

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