5 December 2012

Somalia: Djibouti to Help Somalia Improve the National Security Service

Mogadishu — Dayib Dubad Rooble, Djiboutian ambassador to Somalia said Wednesday that his government will help Somalia rebuild and improve the National Security Service(NSA), to bring an end the current insecurity.

While talking to Shabelle Media Network, the ambassador called the people of Somalia take the current opportunity and be of assistance of the newly formed federal republic government led by Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to able to restore peace and stability.

"I wish Somalia to get back soon its glorious days. We see that the country has come from conflict, transition and now goes to a federal government with a constitution peace and reconstruction course," he said.

Djibouti has sent Somalia hundreds of peacekeepers and jointing the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) force in the country, to help the western backed government war on Al shabab.

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