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Farewell to Ethiopian Troops: Somalia Prepares for New Chapter of Peace and Stability

June 1, 2024

(TH) As per the report by Somali Guardian, Somalia’s National Security Advisor, Hussein Sheikh-Ali, made a significant announcement regarding the withdrawal of Ethiopian troops from Mogadishu, Somalia. According to Sheikh-Ali, the complete withdrawal is expected to take place by the end of December 2024. He further stated that these Ethiopian forces will no longer be involved in the AU-led missions once the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia concludes its mission in December.

In light of this development, Somalia is currently in negotiations with international partners to establish multinational forces that will take over operational responsibilities within the country starting from January 2025. This decision signifies a crucial shift in Somalia’s security dynamics and demonstrates the nation’s strategic reconfiguration towards a more diverse and inclusive approach to peacekeeping and stability operations. By engaging with international partners, Somalia aims to enhance its capacity to maintain peace and stability within its borders.

The anticipated withdrawal of Ethiopian troops and the subsequent establishment of multinational forces reflect Somalia’s commitment to taking charge of its own security affairs. This transition not only marks a significant milestone for Somalia but also highlights the country’s determination to foster a more inclusive and diverse approach to peacekeeping efforts. By collaborating with international partners, Somalia aims to strengthen its capabilities and ensure a sustainable and peaceful future for its people.

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