“There is no reason for the government to destroy the basic services that it has built for its people.”@DrEssaKayd


Hargeisa(ANN)-The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Somaliland, Dr. Issa Kayd, denied that the National Forces in Lasanod bombed the city and damaged public services and described the matter as propaganda, which is not something that exists.

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But the false propaganda is intended to hide the fact that the terrorist forces in Lasanod who attacked the base of our army, according to him, belong to international terrorist organizations that are hiding in the city.


“We have Al-Shabaab prisoners; and we have other prisoners from the Somali regional administration of Puntland; as a government, and we are ready to show them to the international community.” He said this while answering a question related to the war prisoners that the Somaliland governments said were taken war in Lasanod.

Dr. Kayd said firmly that there is no war between the government and the people of Las Anod: “There is no war between the government of Somaliland and the people of LasAnod.”

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Dr. Issa Kayd said that the war was coming from militia groups linked to terrorist organizations such as Al-Shabaab and Al-Qaida, which have driven the people of the city. Dr. Kayd said this in an interview broadcast on the BBC World Service’s Focus on Africa program on Wednesday this week.

“There is no reason for the government to destroy the basic services that it has built for its people.” This is not a fact; it is propaganda and blatant lies made from Photoshop photos taken from another world and worked on. he added. Dr. Essa Kayd, Somaliland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs,

Dr. Isa Kayd said that the Somaliland forces are capable of defending their country, but he pointed out that the attacking groups are hiding in the city, so the Somaliland national forces restrained themselves.