Somalia: Madaxweyne Farmaajo Oo Bari U Safraaya Dalka Imaraadka Carabata Iyo Waxyaabaha La Filaayo Inuu Kala Hadlo

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Madaxweynaha Dalkaasi Somalia Maxamed Cabdillaahi Farmaajo ayaa ku sii jeeda dalka isu tagga Imaaraadka Carabta, halkaasoo maalinta berri uu booqasho ku tagi doono.

Wasiirka Arrimaha Dibadda Soomaaliya Yusuf Garaad Cumar iyo nin la taliye u ah Madaxweynaha oo lagu magacaabo Balal Cusmaan ayaa la sheegay inay ka sii hormareen Wafdiga Madaxweynaha, si ay horu-dhac ugu noqdaan safarkiisa maalinta berri.

Booqashadan ayaa noqon doonta tii u horeysay ee Madaxweyne Farmaajo ku tago Imaaraadka, tan iyo markii la doorto, sidoo kale waa booqashadii afaraad ee uu dalka uga ambabaxo muddo lixdan cisho ah oo uu xilka hayay.

Imaaraadka iyo Dawladda Soomaaliya ayaa muddooyinkii u dambeeyay waxaa ka dhex jiray xiisad diblomaasiyadeed oo ka dhalatay saldhiga Imaaraadku ka dhisanaayo magaaladda Berbera, kaas oo Somaliland gudaheeda buuq ka dhaliyay sidoo kalena Dawladda Farmaajo ku eedaysay Xukuumaddii ka horeysay ee Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud inay saxeexday maadaama oo aanay wali aqoonsi ahaan kala bixin Somaliland iyo Somalia.

Wararka qaar ayaa sheegaya in Dalka Boqortooyada Sacuudigu ka shaqaysay isu soo dhawaanshaha Madaxweyne Farmaajo iyo Imaaraadka Carabta, kaddib markii uu horay Madaxweynaha Somalia ka dalbaday in Sacuudigu ka taageero sidii uu Imaaraadka u joojin laha saldhigga Millarari ee Berbera.

Madaxweynaha ayaa la filayaa inuu kula kulmo magaalada Dubai madax ka tirsan dawladda Isu Tagga Imaaraadka Carabta, iyadoo la filayo in Imaaraadku xidhiidh dhaw oo saaxibtinimo la yeesho Madaxweyne Farmaajo. Geesta kale Booqashada Madaxweyne Farmaajo ee Imaaraadka Carabta ayaa ku soo beegantay , xilli labo maalmood uun ka hor magaalada Abu Dhabi heshiis ku kala saxeexdeen Mas’uuliyiinta Shirkadda DP World iyo Madaxweynaha maamul goboleedka Puntland, kaasoo ahaa heshiis lagula wareejinaayo Dekeda Boosaaso sherkada DP World..

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