8 February 2011

Somalia: PM Calls for End of Clashes in South of the Nation

Mogadishu — Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed better known as Farmajo, the prime minister of Somalia called an end the new clashes started in north of the country.

Somali TFG government regrets about the new clashes between the break away republic of Somaliland local clan militias in the village of Kalshale just outside of Buuhoodle district of Sool region in northern Somalia, a statement from the office of the prime minister said on Tuesday.

Somali government is very sorry about the civilian casualties including deaths and injuries caused by yesterday's clashes in north of the nation, the statement read.

Ultimately, the transitional federal government of Somalia hailed all warring sides in the village of Kalshale to stop fighting and do favor for civilians.

On Monday, at least 10 people have been killed and more than 25 others hurt in clashes between Somaliland military forces and local clan militias that took place in just outside of Buuhoodle in Sool region.

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