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Chronology of Events in the Somali Peace Process

Chronology of Events

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11 April 2011
The Security Council adopts Resolution 1976 on Somali piracy, which calls for strengthening efforts on the ground on rule of law, governance and economic development and a continued focus on enhancing the legal framework for prosecuting of pirates.
4 April 2011
Somali Prime Minister Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed sends a letter to the UN Secretary-General demanding that all UN agencies working for Somalia should move to Mogadishu within 90 days.
28 March 2011
TFG's cabinet extends its term by an extra year saying it wants to ensure continuity in its fight against insurgents, joining the country's parliament in lengthening its mandate. 
10 March 2011
The Security Council, under the Chinese presidency, holds an open debate, with 38 speakers and briefings by the Secretary-General, the Somali prime minister and the AU. The Council adopts a presidential  statement stressing the need for a comprehensive strategy on Somalia and calls for further action in the areas of political process, including on post-transitional arrangements; security and support for AMISOM; humanitarian assistance; protection of civilians; socioeconomic development; counter-terrorism; and counter-piracy efforts.   
2 March 2011
AMISOM convenes a conference, hosted by the Government of the Republic of Ghana in Accra, to discuss the role of the AU in the implementation of the Djibouti Peace Process for Somalia.
28 February 2011

Al-Shabaab ordered the World Food Programme (WFP) to halt all operations in Somalia and leave the country. It accused the WFP of handing out expired food and also said its food distribution had negatively impacted local farmers.

27 February 2011
Kenyan security forces close the border with Somalia following increased military operations between Al-Shabaab and Ahlu Sunna wal Jamaa and the influx of refugees across the border.
26 February 2011
Mayor of Galkayo in “Puntland” resigns amidst recent insecurity and targeted killings in the town. 
23 February 2011
AMISOM, IGAD and the UNPOS announce in a joint communiqué that they have adopted a joint regional strategy to support the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) in the management of the transitional period.
9 February 2011
The Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea briefs the Sanctions Committee and reports that Al-Shabaab is now financially self-sufficient. The Group also expresses concern about private security firms present in Somalia.
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