Canada Responds To Somaliland Request For Recognition?.
January 8, 2022 - Written by qoriadmin

Hargeisa – (QN24) – Somaliland Has For The First Time Asked Canada To Recognize It, According To The Globe And Mail Of Toronto.

The Globe And Mail Reports That Somaliland Is A Hotbed Of Competition In The Horn Of Africa, With A Key Location West Of The Red Sea.

About 11% Of International Trade Passes Through The Gulf Of Aden, Including The Suez Canal, and provides this Operator with the shortest route between the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean.

According To The Globe and Mail, a committee from the US Congress recently Visited Somaliland, and at this Time Somaliland wants Canada to recognize it directly and Provide it with its Own Donations, According To Ahmed Adan.

Somaliland Foreign Minister Esse Kayd Told the Globe And Mail That 98% Of Foreign Aid Goes Directly To Mogadishu, With Only 2%.

Canadian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Genevieve Tremblay told the Globe and Mail that Canada did not provide aid directly to Somalia, but through international and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

Responding to Somaliland’s request, Genevieve Tremblay Said Canada Was Supporting International aid reaching Somalia and Somaliland.

Asked by Canada if Gllobe and Mail would Recognize Somaliland, the Canadian Foreign Ministry declined to comment, saying it had Bilateral Ties with Somalia and the Somaliland Region.

Canadian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Genevieve Tremblay Told Reporters In Ottawa That Canada Encourages Peace Talks Between Somalia and Somaliland.

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