Somali President: Said Deni has refused to talk to me

Mogadishu (SD) – Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo in an interview spoke about the political disputes that have undermined the federal government of Somalia.

The president said that foreign governments want to mediate between the federal government and the heads of the local state governments, which is unacceptable to the government.

President Farmajo also spoke specifically to the issues of Jubaland and Puntland where there is a major conflict between them and the federal government, he sited that his government has made many attempts to end the conflict that has plagued the nation, but blamed the failure on the presidents of Puntland and Jubaland.

“My brother Said Deni, the President of Puntland, I invited him several times to Mogadishu and told him do not fly over us, Let us sit down together, but he didn’t except”. Said Farmajo in the Universal TV interview.

The President addressed los of political issues in Somalia, and reiterated that in a short time, the war against al-Shabaab would end.

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