Somaliland | Times Of Sudan
Qatar has sent Mutlaq bin Majid Al-Qahtani, the special envoy of the Qatari Foreign Minister for Combating Terrorism and Mediation in Settlement of Disputes, to Somalia.
He began his visit to Hargeisa, the capital of separatist Somaliland, and met President Musa Bihi Abdi, and discussed with him the opening of a diplomatic office in Hargeisa and the opening of another office for Qatar Charity.
Then the Qatari envoy arrived in the capital, Mogadishu, on Saturday, and met with the head of the National Intelligence and Security Agency, Fahd Yassin.
Everyone knows that the State of Qatar has had a negative role in Somalia in the past four years, and has been sending money to the outgoing President Muhammad Abdullah Farmajo, and his government to implement his agendas that brought the country to the brink of the civil war, as government forces and other rebel forces reinforce their positions in the capital, Mogadishu, after the battles that took place between them at the beginning of last week because of the disagreement caused by the People’s Assembly’s decision to extend the mandate of the president and parliament, although the parliament retreated from that as a result of local and international pressures.