Qaramada Midoobey iyo Beesha Caalamka oo dhaleeceeyay dilkii loo geystay Sarkaalkii UNDP uga wakiilka ahaa Soomaaliya.

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Qaramada Midoobay,Dowlada Mareykanka iyo Ururka Midwoga Yurub ayaa dhaleeceeyeen dilkii loo geystay Sarkaalkii UNDP ugu Wakiilka ahaa Soomaaliya gaar ahaan magaalada Muqdisho.

Ugu horreyntii Xoghayaha guud ee Qaramada Midoobay Mr Ban Ki Moon ayaa si weyn u dhaleeceeyay dilkii magaalada Muqdisho loogu geeystay Masuulkii wakiilkii hay’ada UNDP Cusmaan Cali Axmed isagoo ka qeybgalayay kulan madaxeedka wadmada G 8ka ee ku hor maray warshadaha aduunka ee uga soconaya wadanka Japan.

Hase ahaatee Mr Ban Ki Moon waxaa uu ugu baaqay dhinacayada Siyaasadda Soomaaliya isku haya inay ka fogaadaan dhacdooyinka nuucan ah oo dadka iyo dalka Soomaaliya u keeni kara qalalaasaha hor leh, balse loo baahan yahay in laga shaqeeyo maslaxadda guud, si loo gaaro nabad iyo dib u heshiisiin ka dhalata dalka Soomaaliya.

Mr. Ban Ki-Moon ayaa sheegay in dilka loo geeystay Marxuum Cusmaan Cali Axmed uusan ahayn mid uu ka tagay Qaramada Midoobay, balse uu ka geeriyooday dhamaan ummada Soomaaliyeed qeeybteeda Nabada Jecel.

Sidoo kale war ka soo baxay xafiiska madaxweynaha Midowga yurub ayaa waxaa lagu sheegay in dilkaasi Cusmaan Cali Axmed uu ahaa mid waxashnimo ah isla markaana wiiqaya hanaanka Nabada ee dalka Soomaaliya waxaana ay si weyn u dhaleeceeyn dilkaasi.

Dhinaca kale Xukuumada Washington oo afhayheen u hadlay wuxuu sheegay in dilkaasi uu yahay mid wax u dhimaya xuriyadda wax lagu caabudo iyo dadka nabada u shaqeeynaya.

Waxaa kaloo dhacdada dilkan si gaar ah uga hadlay Wasiirka horumarinta caalamiga ee dalka Sweden Gonila Kalsam oo sheegay in dilkaasi uu yahay mid dhabar jab ku noqonaya hanaanka nabada ee lagu dhex dhexaadinayo dhinacyada Soomaalida isla markaana waxaa uu noqonayaa dilkaasi mid naxdin leh waxaana uu shacabka Soomaaliyeed ugu baaqay in ay wada shaqeeyaan nabadda, isla markaana ay ka fogaadaan dhibaatooyinka nuucan oo kale ah.

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World slams killing of top UN official in lawless Somalia

NAIROBI (AFP) – UN chief Ban Ki-moon, The US State Department and Europian Union Togather on Monday led the world in condemning the killing of a top UN official in Mogadishu as an “outrageous” act aimed at undermining humanitarian and peace efforts in lawless Somalia

Gunmen shot and killed Osman Ali Ahmed, the head of the UN Development Programme in Mogadishu, and wounded his brother and son as they left a mosque late Sunday in what witnesses described as a pre-meditated attack.

Ban, who is attending the G8 summit of industrialised nations in the Japanese spa resort of Toyako, condemned “the brutal killing” and urged “all Somalis to reflect on this latest senseless act of violence and to work together in the search for peace and reconciliation.

“The killing of Osman Ali Ahmed is a loss not only for the United Nations but also for the Somali people, who are the ultimate victims when humanitarian workers and aid officials are targeted in this way,” said a statement issued by his spokeswoman Michele Montas.

The European Union’s French presidency said the murder was targeted at UN operations in Somalia, a nation of up to 10 million that has been wracked by conflicts since the 1991 overthrow of dictator Mohamed Siad Barre.

“We condemn this vile act which targeted by way of Osman Ali Ahmed the United Nations’ actions for the Somali people,” the French presidency said in a statement.

Washington, which fears that Somalia might become a haven for extremists, warned that Ahmed’s murder “highlights the determination of violent extremists to attack the right to worship and to silence moderate voices working for peace and lasting stability in Somalia,” according to State Department spokesman Sean McCormack.

In Nairobi, the UN humanitarian coordinator for Somalia Mark Bowden also condemned the slaying.

“If this is indeed another example of a targeted killing of UN and non-UN humanitarian and development workers in Somalia, it is particularly outrageous and worrying at this critical time when the need for humanitarian assistance is rapidly increasing,” he said in a statement.

“We know that the Somali communities have been very supportive of our work in the past. We now ask them to redouble their efforts to provide an environment in which aid and services can be delivered,” Bowden added.

Swedish Minister for International Development Cooperation Gunilla Carlsson said the killing dealt a blow to UN efforts to mediate peace between the Somali government and Islamists-led opposition.

“The murder … is a blow to the efforts towards peace, security and sustainable development in Somalia,” Carlsson said.

Somali Prime Minister Nur Hassan Hussein agreed, and blamed the Islamist insurgents for the killing of Ahmed, the latest fatality in a string of attacks on aid workers in the country.

“Even though we have the transitional government, AU and Ethiopian forces in Somalia, people are still being killed selectively. Insurgents are trying to spoil the agreement signed in Djibouti,” Hussein told reporters in Addis Ababa.

The humanitarian community has repeatedly appealed to the warring sides in Somalia, who are fighting for control of the country, to spare aid workers, many of whom have been killed or kidnapped in recent months.

Aid groups have scaled down operations in Somalia owing to increased insecurity, largely blamed on Islamist militants who have waged a guerrilla war since they were ousted by joint Somali-Ethiopian forces in early 2007.

The African Union mission to Somalia has deployed 2,600 peacekeepers in Somalia — well short of a promised 8,000 troops. So far it has failed to stem the violence.

On June 9, the rival Somali sides signed a truce agreement at UN-mediated talks in Djibouti.

The deal gave both sides one month to implement a cessation of hostilities but it was opposed by Islamist hardliners who have continued their struggle, insisting that an Ethiopian withdrawal was a precondition to talks.

“But what’s needed for implementation is tremendous work (and) financial and political support for implementation of the agreement. (UN) peacekeeping will also be needed, but that of course, will also need international support,” Prime Minister Hussein added

Source AFP

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