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  • [SW Country] (DGPL - Bosaso ) PRESS RELEASE , DJIBOUTI LEADERSHIP CONTINUES TO DESTABILIZE PUNTLAND STATE:  :Posted on 22 June 2002 

 

DAWLADDA PUNTLAND  EE SOOMAALIYA        PUNTLAND STATE OF

                           SOMALIA

 

XAFIISKA MADAXWEYNAHA     OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

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                              Bosaso, 21 June 2002 

PRESS RELEASE

DJIBOUTI LEADERSHIP CONTINUES TO DESTABILIZE PUNTLAND STATE.

 

The leadership of Djibouti has set destabilization of Puntland State as priority in its foreign policy objectives. Djibouti has been engaged in dismemberment of Puntland State into separate regions coming under the non-existent Arta Faction, using exile dissident elements of Puntland State in Djibouti and overseas. For this purpose, it has been busy raising funds from Middle Eastern Arab States, religious extremists in Somalia and beyond and Djibouti business interest groups whose sole intention was to exploit Somalia as Djibouti becomes economically and morally bankrupt and unsustainable as a viable entity. 

In its latest desperate attempt to prevent the certain and conclusive end of the Djibouti-made TNG whose limited area of influence in Mogadishu, The Ramadan Hotel, was seized by the forces of Muse Sudi Yalaxoow recently, has embarked upon a unique and strange kind of Somali national reconciliation:        A PRE-ARRANGED SIGNING CEREMONY BETWEEN TWO PERSONALITIES OF THE ARTA FACTION, HASSAN ABSHIR FARAH AND JAMA ALI JAMA FOR PUBLICITY STUNT, DECLARING PUNTLAND STATE OF SOMALIA AS NON-EXISTANT ENTITY OUTSIDE THE DREAM WORLD OF DJIBOUTI TNG. In this new show of Arta Two entertained in Djibouti Sheraton a few days ago, the host-sponsor intends to sabotage the forthcoming Somali Reconciliation Conference now being organized and sponsored by the IGAD Frontline States, Djibouti included. 

The outcome of Arta (Djibouti) did not work because it was imposed upon the Somali people. Any ceremonies and shows of ill-intention held in Djibouti will not work and will be a further dis-service to the people of Somalia. 

Djibouti leadership therefore is better advised once again and over again to refrain from such futile exercises of using blackmail, corruption, traitors and interest groups of both countries with the intention to advance Djibouti’s narrow selfish economic interests and the enrichment of only a few individuals there.

 Ismail H. Warsame, Chief of Cabinet


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