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Another blow to Somaliland region: Saudi Arabia says Somaliland region needs federal government stamp to export livestock

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Saalax   

Sucuudiga oo Shuruud Siyaasadeed ku xidhay Xoolaha ka dhoofa Dekedda Berbera.

 

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Tallaabo   

The government of Somaliland made an excellent decision not to export livestock to Saudi Arabia this year. In every hajj season, Somaliland sends millions of animals to Saudi Arabia for slaughter as part of the hajj ritual. No country in the world can fill the giant shortfall in the supply chain which will soon emerge when Somaliland is no longer sending livestock. The hajj ritual of millions of pilgrims many of whom paid their life's savings to fulfill their religious duties will be in jeopardy and Saudi Arabia's reputation will be on the line. The political fallout for the Saudi regime for a chaotic or failed hajj season will be huge, so Somaliland should keep its feet firmly on the ground and just watch what happens. 

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55 minutes ago, Saalax said:

Sucuudiga oo Shuruud Siyaasadeed ku xidhay Xoolaha ka dhoofa Dekedda Berbera.

 

Some of the decisions.should be made by head of.the government , he should report. He cross.the lines many times.  Anyway  this is  death by thousands cuts for secessionists.

 

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12 minutes ago, Tallaabo said:

The government of Somaliland made an excellent decision not to export livestock to Saudi Arabia this year. Every hajj season, Somaliland sends millions of animals to Saudi Arabia for slaughter as part of the hajj ritual. No country in the world can fill the giant shortfall in the supply chain which will soon emerge when Somaliland is no longer sending livestock. The hajj ritual of millions of pilgrims many of whom paid their life's savings to fulfill their religious duties will be in jeopardy and Saudi Arabia's reputation will be on the line. The political fallout for the Saudi regime for a chaotic or failed hajj season will be huge, so Somaliland should keep its feet firmly on the ground and just watch what happens. 

Bro, they don't care about Somalis n their livestock. You should know these Arabs, they operate with zero logic

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18 minutes ago, Tallaabo said:

The government of Somaliland made an excellent decision not to export livestock to Saudi Arabia this year. In every hajj season, Somaliland sends millions of animals to Saudi Arabia for slaughter as part of the hajj ritual. No country in the world can fill the giant shortfall in the supply chain which will soon emerge when Somaliland is no longer sending livestock. The hajj ritual of millions of pilgrims many of whom paid their life's savings to fulfill their religious duties will be in jeopardy and Saudi Arabia's reputation will be on the line. The political fallout for the Saudi regime for a chaotic or failed hajj season will be huge, so Somaliland should keep its feet firmly on the ground and just watch what happens. 

Don't forget that xoolaha ugu badan ee laga dhoofiyo Berbera waxaa laga keenaa deegaanka Somalida ee Ethiopia.

I'm sure ganacsatada inay boosaaso ka dhoofin doonaa xoolaha.

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Tallaabo   
5 minutes ago, maakhiri1 said:

Bro, they don't care about Somalis n their livestock. You should know these Arabs, they operate with zero logic

Of course they don't care about Somalis whether they are Koonfurian or jeegaan. But the Saudi government will be forced to the negotiating table when their interest is on the line. 

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Tallaabo   
1 minute ago, cadnaan1 said:

Don't forget that xoolaha ugu badan ee laga dhoofiyo Berbera waxaa laga keenaa deegaanka Somalida ee Ethiopia.

I'm sure ganacsatada inay boosaaso ka dhoofin doonaa xoolaha.

Indeed most animals come from other parts of the Somali territory but geography and logistical capacity is on Somaliland's side. Boosaaso is farther away from Jiddah and the animals from there usually reach Jiddah in a poorer condition. There is also a capacity issue in Boosaaso now and in the near future. I am not sure about Jabuuti though. 

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Tallaabo   
1 minute ago, Tallaabo said:

Indeed most animals come from other parts of the Somali territory but geography and logistical capacity is on Somaliland's side. Boosaaso is farther away from Jiddah and the animals from there usually reach Jiddah in a poorer condition. There is also a capacity issue in Boosaaso now and in the near future. I am not sure about Jabuuti though. 

Actually Jabuuti cannot compete with Berbera in this business as animals from koonfuria have to travel even farther to reach Jabuuti. 

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cadnaan1   

Probably they will use muqdisho and boosaaso dhawr maxjar ayaa ka furan xamar.

Withing this week the Somalia and Somaliland talk will start in Nairobi Somaliland should cancel that meeting for protest regarding in this issue.

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Saalax   
25 minutes ago, maakhiri1 said:

Some of the decisions.should be made by head of.the government , he should report. He cross.the lines many times.  Anyway  this is  death by thousands cuts for secessionists.

 

On the positive side at least there will be cheaper meat for the local residents in Somaliland region. 

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Tallaabo   
3 minutes ago, Saalax said:

On the positive side at least there will be cheaper meat for the local residents in Somaliland region. 

Agree

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Tallaabo   
7 minutes ago, cadnaan1 said:

Probably they will use muqdisho and boosaaso dhawr maxjar ayaa ka furan xamar.

Withing this week the Somalia and Somaliland talk will start in Nairobi Somaliland should cancel that meeting for protest regarding in this issue.

There is no need to cancel Somali internal political issues because of some Arabs. Let us not give them any importance. 

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