“I was a Member of the Silanyo Family Years Before his Presidency” Amb Bashe Awil

Somalilandsun –  In an exclusive interview, H.E Amb Bashe Awil Omar, Somaliland’s newly appointed Representative to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) candidly speaks to the Somalilandsun about his personal life, challenges of being son in law to the Somaliland first family and his new duties and  diplomatic posting..

Somaliland Diplomatic Representative to the UAE Ambassador Bashe Awil Omar

Somaliland Diplomatic Representative to the UAE Ambassador Bashe Awil Omar


“I hereby assure that I shall perform my onerous task with diligence” new Ambasidors Of Somaliland In UAE Bashe Awil Omar

SOMALILAND:”I hereby assure that I shall perform my onerous task with diligence more so as pertain to relentless lobby for our international recognition”Said Amb.Bashe Awil

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Slnnews-The newly appointed Somaliland envoy to the UAE Ambassador Bashe Awil Omar is in the Country for duties briefing at the foreign ministry in Hargeisa.L R deputy FM Ahmed Aden Ismail and Amb Bashe Awil Omar at the Egal Airport VIP LoungeAmb Bashe who was appointed on Tuesday, 30th June 2015 while abroad on personal business has returned home thence fulfill conditions set by President Ahmed Mahmud Silanyo that he take up the post with immediate effect.the government High Level members Welcomes new Ambasidors Of Somaliland In UAE Bashe Awil Omar

SOMALILAND:Scandal: Waddani, Madasha wage undeclared clan war, fabricate pictures

SOMALILAND:Scandal: Waddani, Madasha wage undeclared clan war, fabricate pictures

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Slnnews-Somaliland media has of recent been publishing alarming ultimatums coming from the so-called Consultation Council and Waddani party with UCID adding some half-hearted snorts to Waddani’s trumpets on occasion.

Compare above with the picture that follows!

Compare above with the picture that follows!

 

One of the latest is the reported accusation one Saeed Qulumbe submitted to the British Home Office. Mr Saeed in his own words said they submitted – as in court file suits – documents accusing members of the Somaliland


Why Scotland Is Facing the Same Political and Media Backlash as Somaliland

 

Independence: Why Scotland Is Facing the Same Political and Media Backlash as Somaliland

Awoowe Hamza 09/03/14 13:08

Let’s get this out of the way. Scotland is not an official country and neither is Somaliland. Neither has a seat at the EU or a seat at the AU, respectively, nor do either have a seat at the UN.Their governments pass local laws and govern everything within their borders, but others speak on their behalf (and receive money in their name) on the world stage. Scotland may be referred to as a country, but aside from preferential terminology, it is not recognised as a country.


“There is no ambiguity or dispute over oil exploration licenses that were issued by the Somaliland…”

GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOMALILAND

 

Ministry of Energy and Minerals

STATEMENT

Statement by Energy and Minerals Minister, Hussein Abdi Dualeh, 05 August 2014

Somaliland is a peaceful, stable and democratic nation, which has been independent since 1991. There is no ambiguity or dispute over oil exploration licenses that were issued by the Somaliland government in its own territory.


“The Government of Somaliland is making a concerted effort to galvanize all elements of our society to participate in the fight against FGM” says Somaliland First Lady The Girl Summit 2014 in London

 

H.E. AMINA-WERIS SHEIKH MOHAMED

FIRST LADY, REPUBLIC OF SOMALILAND 

REMARKS TO GIRL SUMMIT 2014

 

London, 22 July 2014

 

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Excellences, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for inviting me to present to you today at this esteemed forum on such important and pertinent topics.

 


Do they really know the Bashe Awil they so criticize

Do they really know the Bashe they so criticize?

The opposition should have really researched into the life history of Basha Awil Haj Omar before they showed their ill-informed hand through their mouth-piece, the fictitious Mustafa Abdi.


Haatuf Personal Vendetta Backfires

Haatuf Personal Vendetta Backfires

Haatuf and its owner, Gabobe, went beyond all boundaries of decent and fair reporting. The paper once more assumed its true tabloid nature.  The Somaliland authorities temporarily closed the premises of the paper based on a court warrant following charges filed against the paper by personalities in office  against whom he carried a vilification campaign solely meant to irreversibly damage their personal and professional integrity.


Somaliland: A Traitor Amidst Us “A so-called journalist, notorious for blackmails, is greedily foraging for tidbits…”

 

Somaliland: A Traitor Amidst Us

 

Saturday, 29 March 2014 16:09

Greedily foraging for tidbits, used Hummer car parts and liquor replenishments a so-called local journalist, notorious for blackmails, is on a solo crusade of his own, specifically targeting mineral/oil exploration efforts in Somaliland with pretension that his, (Journalist) is an ax wielded against the purported dishonourable oil deals of our honorable Energy Minister who incidentally is heading the revival, with our unwavering trust, on land and flag”


President Silanyo meets with UK Foreign Secretary William Hague in London

Press Statement:

President Silanyo meets with UK Foreign Secretary William Hague in London

A delegation from the Republic of Somaliland led by President Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud Silanyo met with the UK Foreign Secretary, Rt Hon William Hague, at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London on 11 February. The President was accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mohamed Omar, and the Minister of National Planning Dr. Sa’ad Shire.

President Silanyo took the opportunity to brief the Foreign Secretary about the present security situation in Somaliland, highlighting both the historic record of peace and stability that the country has enjoyed for over 21 years as well as the specific measures his administration has taken to consolidate and expand on these achievements. He thanked Foreign Secretary Hague for the generous assistance which the UK is providing to Somaliland, noting that support in fostering investment, improving the security sector and enhancing democratic governance remain vital to Somaliland’s development and the region’s stability.

Both the President and the Foreign Secretary drew attention to the invaluable role that Somaliland plays in the fights against terrorism, noting that, the recent travel advice citing threats to western nationals in Somaliland will soon be revised as the security agents of both countries conclude their joint operations on those threats.

Expressing gratitude for the UK’s help in facilitating Somaliland/Somalia Dialogue, President Silanyo reaffirmed Somaliland’s commitment and readiness to resume the talks with Somalia.

Since its arrival on Saturday, the President’s delegation has received a warm welcome by the UK government and the Somaliland diaspora community living in the country. The high-level protocol arrangements afforded to the delegation, as well as the presence of such a large, influential and well-respected Somaliland expatriate community in the UK, both underscore the deep historic ties and current cooperation between Somaliland and the UK.

Press Office

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Somaliland