Barbara Woodward, British Permanent Representative to the United Nations, expressed the United Kingdom’s deep concern at the developments at Las Anode.
According to the British government’s official website, in a briefing to the Security Council on Somalia, Woodward said, “We support ceasefire negotiations between the parties and call for restraint, dialogue, civilian protection and unfettered humanitarian access from all parties.”
The report notes the need to support Somalia to make progress on fundamental issues of power and resource sharing, including the finalization of a constitution. Long term.
The report stressed the need to encourage and support the Somali leadership to turn the agreements into concrete results, and to achieve gradual progress, basic technical work before the meetings and consultative mechanisms afterwards. These efforts must be comprehensive. , the equal and meaningful participation of women in future political processes.
The humanitarian crisis is stabilizing and worsening, and the fact that famine was avoided in 2022 is no reason for complacency, especially with the prospect of continued drought in 2023, and we must continue to work together to finance life, the statement added. – Storage assistance, removing restrictions on access and ensuring access. Help the needy.
Barbara Woodward, Britain’s permanent ambassador to the United Nations, praised the progress Somali security forces have made in fighting al-Shabaab since the election of President Hassan Sheikh. Systems Management System.
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