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Colonel Michael Beary oo loo magacaabay Taliyaha cusub ee ciidamada loo tababaraayo dawladda KMG Soomaaliya.

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War ka soo baxay xarunta dhexe Ururka Midawga Yurub ee Brussels ayaa sheegaya in ururka uu xeryo ku yaala wadanka Uganda tababar uga furi doonaan ciidamo ka tirsan kuwa dawlada KMG ee Soomaaliya marka la gaaro bisha September ee sanadkaan waxaana hawlahaan lo xil saaray sarkaal u dhashay wadanka Ireland oo lagu magacaabo  Colonel Michael Beary.

Sidoo warkan ayaa waxaa lagu qoray wargeys lagu magacaabo Irish Times, waxaana lagu sheegay in qorshan lagu tababaro ciidamada dawlada KMG Soomaaliya oo daba socda tababaro hore in fulintiisa loo xil saaray Colonel Michael Beary oo ka tirsan saraakisha ciidamada dawlada Ireland sida warka lagu sheegay.

Dhanka kale  war laga soo saaray Wasaaradda gaashaandhiga dalka Spain ayaa waxaa lagu sheegay in Midawga Yurub u xil saareen 150 sarkaal oo bixin doona casharada iyo tababarada loofu talo galay in la siiyo ciidamada dawlada KMG ee Soomaaliya.

War-saxaafadeedka Midawga Yurub ka soo baxay ayaa Ujeedka qorshahaan iyo taliyahaan cusubba waxaa loogu talo galay in lagu xoojiyo awood ciidamada Soomaaliya si ay awood ugu yeeshaan inay amaanka dalka sugaan  isla markaana ay xasilooni darida ka guulaystaan.

Hase yeeshee Ururka midawga Yurub ayaa horey xerada Bihanga ee dalka Uganda ku tababaraya in ka badan 2,000 oo askari oo ka tirsan ciidamada dawlada KMG ee Soomaaliya.

Sida la wada ogsoon yahay Ciidamada dawlada Soomaaliya ayaa waxay dagaalo xoogan xilligaan kula jira Xarakadda Al-Shabab oo gacanta ku haya inta badan koofurta iyo bartamaha Soomaaliya.

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 Ireland to take on the Role of Mission Commander in EU Training Mission Somalia 26th July 2011

Press Release


The Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence Mr. Alan Shatter, T.D., approved last week the nomination of Colonel Michael Beary to the post of Mission Commander for EUTM Somalia, the EU Mission to train Somali Security Forces in Uganda last week. Colonel Beary was subsequently approved as mission commander last Friday by the European Council. This is the second time Ireland has headed up an EU military mission, the last one being the EU Mission in Chad and the Central African Republic, which was headed up by Lt Gen Pat Nash. Speaking following the approval of Col Beary as mission Commander, the Minister said “This is a singular honour for Ireland to again be asked to head up an important EU mission. While the mission may not have the same profile as EUFOR Chad/RCA had, it is a key element in the EU’s engagement in supporting the security situation in the horn of Africa and in delivering support and security to the Transitional Federal Government in Somalia. Enhancing the capacity of the Somali authorities to provide for their own security is the only real solution to the problems of lawlessness within the country and piracy on its seas. I congratulate Col Beary and wish him well in his conduct of this operation”.

This EU military training mission was launched on 7 April 2010, in support of UN Security Council Resolution 1872. The mission operates in close co-operation and coordination with other international actors, in particular, the United Nations, the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), Uganda and the United States of America.

EUTM Somalia comprises approximately 150 personnel, from fourteen EU Member States and is currently being led by Spain as framework nation. Ireland will take over the Mission Commander role from Colonel Ricardo Gonzalez Elul of the Spanish Armed Forces at the beginning of September. Ireland currently contributes three (3) personnel to a joint training team with the Maltese Armed Forces which is providing training in Bihanga Camp, 300 Kilometres from Kampala. Ireland will continue to contribute to this training team in Bihanga, while Colonel Beary and the three other Irish headquarters personnel will be based in Mission Headquarters in Kampala. As mission commander, Colonel Beary will be responsible for managing all aspects of the mission and will have a key role in interacting with Uganda as host nation, with the United States, the United Nations, the African Union and AMISOM. He will also be responsible for briefing the Political and Security Committee in Brussels, the EU Military Committee and Defence and Foreign Ministers at the EU Foreign Affairs Council meetings.

“This is a very high profile post in an important mission for the EU and for Ireland and is further recognition of the high standing of the Defence Forces internationally in the field of peace support operations. Taking on this post demonstrates Ireland’s strong support for the EU Common Security and Defence Policy and reflects the current Government policy for a positive re-engagement with the Union. In taking on the role in these difficult economic times, Ireland has received fulsome support from many partners right across the Union and I would like to acknowledge the depth of that support and to thank our EU partners for that”, the Minister said.

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