AMISOM

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AMISOMAfrican Union Mission in Somalia
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The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) is made up of 22,000 troops from Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Burundi.
He said; 'With the security situation in Mogadishu and the surrounding districts improving, I wish to appeal to humanitarian organizations to scale up their operations and reach as many displaced persons as possible with the much needed humanitarian assistance.' The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) has helped the Somali National Army (SNA) to liberate Mogadishu and other districts outside the capital thereby ensuring safe corridors for humanitarian agencies to access those in need.
He pointed out that the conference will deal with seven key themes, which are the security and the importance of finding a sustainable funding for the African Union Mission in Somalia and supporting the political process and the domestic stability in Somalia.
Manmohan Singh for augmenting the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) at the India-Africa Forum Summit-II in Addis Ababa, in May this year.
The European Commission has earmarked an additional 65.9 million for the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).
Witnesses said two vehicles with UN markings entered the coastal airport base of the 5,000-strong African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom) mission - comprised of troops from Burundi and Uganda - unchallenged before blowing up.
"This includes partnering with the African Union Mission in Somalia and Somalia National Security Forces targeting terrorists, their training camps and safe havens throughout Somalia, the region and the world.(end) hy.lb
The official said the East African nation was preparing to step up its battle against the al-Qaeda-allied group, but said the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) had been slow in taking over security from Ethiopia.
Uganda contributes more soldiers than any other nation to the 16,000-strong African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom), and their loss would leave recent gains against al-Shabaab vulnerable.
While most of the ire in the Al Shabab broadcast is reserved for Uganda and the African Union Mission in Somalia, also known as AMISOM, there are several references directly to the United States and its support of African Union troops.
The EU, which has recently announced 15 million in support of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), again called on other actors to be generous, a message aimed in particular at the Arab countries.
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