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Federal gov't makes an exemption for ship carrying livestock to be offloaded at Jeddah

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Hiiraan Online
Friday July 19, 2019


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Somalia's government has made an exemption for a ship carrying over 20,000 goats and sheep to be offloaded at Jeddah, according to Somalia's Deputy Prime Minister Mahdi Mohamed Gulaid. 

The MV-FAHAD vessel was stranded at Jeddah seaport since July 11 for failing to produce medical paperwork issued by Somalia's ministry of livestock. DP Mahdi said the ship was stranded due to lack of the necessary paperwork as per an agreement between Somalia and Saudi Arabia.

The DP Mahdi noted that the interventions by the SFG, especially president Farmaajo convinced the Saudi authorities to allow offloading of the ship.

Meanwhile, the DP hinted that the Federal Government will regulate livestock exports after Eid Al-Adha, a period of the year when Somali livestock traders send thousands of livestock to the Arab nation for Hajj purposes. 

The move to strand the ship angered Somaliland authorities who blamed the Mogadishu-based government for attempting to undermine its livestock trade.

 

HIIRAAN.COM

Somalia's government has made an exemption for a ship carrying over 20,000 goats and sheep to be offloaded at Jeddah, according to Somalia's Deputy Prime Minister Mahdi Mohamed Gulaid.

 

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Realistically the Somalia Government has no real power over the port of Berbera. So any test to try an undermine Somaliland will back fire. BTW the cheeseman cannot control a single street in Mogadishu how is he going to control trade in Berbera? This is unrealistic. But in time Somaliland will get recognition and move on from this nightmare called Somalia.

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Apophis   
3 hours ago, Abdillahi said:

Realistically the Somalia Government has no real power over the port of Berbera. So any test to try an undermine Somaliland will back fire. BTW the cheeseman cannot control a single street in Mogadishu how is he going to control trade in Berbera? This is unrealistic. But in time Somaliland will get recognition and move on from this nightmare called Somalia.

I see you got the Somaliland flag, tell me what does the arabic writing mean?

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Saalax   
23 hours ago, Abdillahi said:

Realistically the Somalia Government has no real power over the port of Berbera. So any test to try an undermine Somaliland will back fire. BTW the cheeseman cannot control a single street in Mogadishu how is he going to control trade in Berbera? This is unrealistic. But in time Somaliland will get recognition and move on from this nightmare called Somalia.

 

Keep wishing :D

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N&N yes we fight them but regarding Jeegaan we are on the same page. All states should understand this is Somalia. If they dont want they can go to Djibouti. 

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