Published On: Wed, Mar 24th, 2021

Norway changes hours after Farmajo’s call to leave Villa Somalia

Araweelo News Network.

Western countries arguing for Somalia’s friends and diplomats at home are the biggest problem in Somalia.


#Somalia, Mogadishu, (ANN)-Hours later, Norway withdrew its toughest statement on Somalia’s election dispute, calling on Villa Somalia to hand over power immediately.

A new statement from the Norwegian embassy in Mogadishu, posted on Twitter, said the Norwegian government was “neutral” in its internal affairs and wanted “snap elections”, Villa Somalia to hand over power immediately ‘.@NorwayInSomalia

“The embassy would like to make it clear that what we hope to see is a quick, peaceful election based on agreement.”Norway, a long-time friend and ally of Somalia, will be neutral in the internal choices made by the Somali people,” the statement said.

An earlier statement from the Norwegian embassy said: “As a close friend, Norway is deeply concerned about the political will of all parties to find a solution. The Federal Government of Somalia has a duty to ensure the immediate transfer of power, as well as all political actors.”

Norway, one of the largest donors to Somalia, has for the first time spoken harshly to outgoing leaders, although it has since relented.

Norway is also one of the main political rivals in Somalia, with an interest in Somalia’s rich oil resources, especially offshore wells, and has been linked to the formation of a Jubaland state in Somalia. which is currently the most difficult deal for the cheese government.

The crisis for almost the last thirty years since the collapse of the Somali government in 1991, and The current conflict in Somalia is not really between Somali leaders, although the cloak is an election dispute, but Western countries arguing for Somalia’s friends and diplomats at home are the biggest problem in Somalia, which is often addressed by politicians. Somalis became missionaries.

It is clear that Western countries do not agree on Amb. James Swan, Somalia’s Indirect President and his team preparing for their political agenda in Somalia, which is why the conflict is still on raging in Somalia.

Araweelo News Network.

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