Somalia: National Security Council conference to open Baidoa


Leaders of federal government and regional administrations arrived to Baidoa on Sunday as preparation of National security conference underway.

According to information minister of southwest administration Ugas Hassan Abdi Mohamed, National Security Council will start on Monday and leaders to begin their discussion about the security affairs of the country.

This meeting is tri-monthly conference which leaders review what was done of National security architecture.

The main agendas leaders to discuss are integration of troops and the war against Al-Shabaab, as the insurgents increased their attacks against government troops and killing civilians by shooting.

President of the federal republic of Somalia Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo and Prime Minister Hassan Ali khayre have met separately for regional administration leaders on Sunday night. The relationship between federal government and member of states has been notably low.

President Farmajo will chair the conference

Abdi Rahman Omar Osman Yarisow, governor of Banadir region also attends the national security conference.

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