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SRSG Mahiga congratulates the Somali leadership on the confirmation of the new Prime Minister
Nairobi, 31 October 2010  –  Special Representative for the Secretary-General for Somalia, Ambassador Augustine P. Mahiga, today congratulated the Somali leadership on reaching a consensus on how to proceed with the confirmation of the new Prime Minister’s appointment through a consultative and democratic process.  [English]    [Somali]
SRSG Mahiga congratulates Somalia's new Prime Minister
Nairobi, 15 October 2010 – The UN Special Representative for Somalia, Dr Augustine P. Mahiga, congratulates Somalia’s new Prime Minister, Mohamed A. Mohamed, appointed yesterday by President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed.  [English]  [Somali]
SRSG statement on the decision by the Somali Prime Minister to resign
Nairobi, 21 September 2010 – The UN Special Representative for Somalia, Augustine P. Mahiga, has noted the decision by the Somali Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke to step down in the interest of peace and stability in Somalia.  [English]    [Somali]
UN Under-Secretary-General visits President Sheikh Sharif in Mogadishu
Nairobi, 2 September 2010 – The UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Lynn Pascoe, expressed his solidarity with the people of Somalia during a one day visit to Mogadishu yesterday (Wednesday).  Mr Pascoe, who was accompanied by the UN Special Representative for Somalia, Augustine P. Mahiga, met President Sheikh Sharif and Cabinet Ministers at the Presidential Compound known as Villa Somalia.  [English]   [Somali]
Joint Statement condemning Al-Shabab’s attacks against the people of Mogadishu

Nairobi, 26 August 2010  –  Norway, the United States, the African Union Mission in Somalia, the European Union,  the InterGovernmental Authority on Development, the League of Arab States and the United Nations Political Office for Somalia, condemn in the strongest possible terms the ongoing assault against the people of Mogadishu being carried out by extremists. [English]    [Somali]

SRSG condemns today's suicide attack in Mogadishu
Nairobi, 24 August 2010 – The UN Special Representative for Somalia, Ambassador Augustine P. Mahiga, has condemned in the strongest possible terms the attack on a Mogadishu hotel today in which several civilians, including Members of Parliament, were killed.  [English]    [Somali]
SRSG announces increased presence inside Somalia
Nairobi, 10 August 2010 – The UN Special Representative for Somalia, Ambassador Augustine P Mahiga, has said he is hopeful that increased representation from his office inside Somalia will help advance the peace process in the country where the UN has had a constant presence since 1991.  [English]    [Somali]
SRSG welcomes regional support for Somali peace process
Nairobi, 09 July 2010 – United Nations Special Representative for Somalia, Augustine P. Mahiga, today welcomed the decision taken by Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) at the summit held in Addis Ababa on 5 July 2010 to engage more forcefully in the search for the resolution of the conflict in Somalia.  [English]    [Somali]
UNPOS organizes follow up-meeting on Istanbul conference on Somalia
Nairobi, 10 June 2010  –  As an immediate follow up of the Istanbul conference on Somalia, on 8 June 2010, UN Special Representative, Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, along with representatives of the Islamic Development Bank and Turkey co-chaired the first meeting to discuss the implementation of the recommendations made at the conference.  [English]    [Somali]
Istanbul Conference on Somalia is a breakthrough for all stakeholders
Istanbul, 24 May 2010 – Following the closing of the Istanbul Conference on Somalia, the UN Special Representative, Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, today said that the three-day meeting was “a major success” which resulted in “important concrete proposals”.  [English]    [Somali]
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