galbeedi

Somaliland finally rejected the UAE base due to the risks of war in the region.

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galbeedi   

This guy is the chief of staff of Muuse Biixi.

he doesn't need to talk about American bases around the world or other issues to get a cover. The threat of the UAE to the shipping lines of the Red Sea is easy to see.  

UAE took over Berbera over a year ago. She done nothing infrastructure wise in the region, yet for few millions of bribes , it was able to push a deal for base in exchange for nothing other than a false promise.

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Duufaan   

 Somaliland and Puntland are asking too much for UAE to offer.  UAE does not intend to offer more than bribes for political influence. This will lead that the ports deal will collapse in end.

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galbeedi   

Both Dahereeto and Duufaan had offered a very smart analysis of the issue. 

It could go either way. 

A hard ball game or a lost cause.

 

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Yunis   
34 minutes ago, Duufaan said:

 Somaliland and Puntland are asking too much for UAE to offer.  UAE does not intend to offer more than bribes for political influence. This will lead that the ports deal will collapse in end.

Indeed!

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galbeedi   

Look OOdweyne,,

I am not an arrogant like  you. If it is an old clip as you claim, I stand corrected.

Further more, if you want the port modernized and built, dump your buddy Biixi. If he resigns, the opposition party would get a better deal and build the port.

So, you either have to wait another four useless years or you could dump him and we will build not only Berbera, but also  other minor ports.

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