daajis.com:- More details are available from the critical meeting that the president of Somalia, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, had with the presidents of Galmudug, Southwest and Hirsha belle regions, which took place inside the Somali presidential palace.
The meeting, which lasted for many hours, came after being called by President Hassan Sheikh, Ahmed Qor Qor, Abdicasis Laftagareen and Ali Guudlawe who were in Mogadishu in the past few days for different work.
First of all, the leaders discussed the latest situation in the country, especially the operations against Al-Shabaab and the successes achieved so far.
The two sides also agreed to start the second phase of the war against Al-Shabaab as soon as possible.
After that, President Hassan Sheikh and the leaders of Galmudug, South West and HirShabelle regions started their meeting to resolve the tension between the federal government and Puntland, in order to reach a lasting solution.
The president of the central government spoke to the three leaders on how to quickly leave for their trip to Garowe, to hold talks with President Saeed Abdullahi Mohamed (Deni) on the Puntland issue.
According to Garowe Online, the main objective is to convince Deni to participate in the meeting of the National Consultative Council, which is scheduled to take place in the middle of May in the city of Dhusamareb, the capital of Galmudug administration, which is planned to focus on the war. Al-Shabaab and the 2026 elections.
Sources close to the meeting that took place at Villa Somalia also told us that the president asked Qor Qor, Laftagareen and Guudlawe to make efforts and at the same time be honest in their mediation.
This issue is coming to an end, and now it has escalated the tension between the central government and Puntland, after last night President Hassan Sheikh downplayed the conflict between the Garowe administration, declaring that he did not know about the issue of Puntland, which and dismissed the team of President Saeed Deni.
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