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Joint committee reaches agreement on Mogadishu Army dispute

Mogadishu (SD) – A joint committee recently appointed by Prime Minister Roble to resolve the conflict in Mogadishu between national security officials have reached an agreement.

The meeting was also attended by Prime Minister Roble, Presidential candidates, and the Presidents of Galmudug and HirShabelle.

The joint commission agreed to withdraw troops from Mogadishu and the government to resume paying salaries to forces defected to the opposition.

The commission also agreed to mediate opposing forces and not to have the forces used politically.

The meeting was later joined by Prime Minister Roble, who praised the resolution and the ongoing meetings.

Former Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud called for supporting the caretaker Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble in holding a free and fair elections in the country.

“I commend the Prime Minister’s efforts to resolve the crisis over the illegal extension, and I welcome the conference he convened on the 20th of this month,” he said in a brief statement.

He called on all Somalis and the international community to give the Prime Minister a chance and support his efforts to end the political and security crisis caused by the illegal extension and the failed coup d’état.

Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble since given the power to implement the election and its security is working to convince political stakeholders and regional administration leaders to participate in resolving the dispute with the Government, and now has commitment from all the Heads of State and the Union of Candidates.

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