The minister of interior Ahmed Moalim Fiqi along with officials from the ministry has on Tuesday met in Mogadishu delegation from Interpeace, a Geneva based peace advocate organization have discussed the range of issues related to peace and reconciliation topics, according the statement from the ministry.
Ahmed Abdulrahman who is leading the Interpeace delegation has shared with the minister their achievement and the organization’s top priorities for peace building initiatives that inline with the policy of the ministry to have a common goal.
During the meeting the both sides underscored the importance to improve their cooperation interms of peace development and reconciliation to boost the social cohesiveness and harmony of the Somali people.
On his side, the minister has emphasized that all their international partners have worked on the government’s slogan Somalia in peace and live with peace with the rest of the world, and to show their commitment on that framework.
In the statement, the both sides have agreed to work together for the formation of local governments and furthermore, to cooperate the ministry’s plan towards on the area that are liberating from the terrorist group and form their system of governance.