had prepared troops to be deployed to Somalia saying that the threats
by Al-Shabab Islamic Movement will not change their decision to send
troops to Somalia.
He further said that his government expects these troops to take part
in the restoration of security and peace in Somalia.
attacks from the insurgents in Somalia and will do their best efforts
in stabilizing the country.
ambassador to Somalia for the first time since the fall of former
central government of Somalia on 1991.
relaunching Djibouti embassy has been held at the presidential palace
known as Villa Somalia in Mogadishu yesterday.
ceremony, saying his government is warmly welcoming the new ambassador
and pledges to work with him.
ceremony that he was happy to be in Somalia on behalf of his country.
He said Djibouti is always determined to support Somali people and the
Transitional Federal Government of Somalia.
administration holds only a few blocks in Mogadishu, with support from
of harbouring suspects in the 1998 bombing of the American embassies in the
Kenyan and Tanzanian capitals.