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SOMALIA: THE SODERE PEACE AGREEMENT

SOMALIA: THE SODERE PEACE AGREEMENT PREAMBLE Having been deeply touched by the tragic and painful catastrophe which has been taking place in Somalia since 1991, Responding to the yearning calls and aspirations of the Somali people. Bearing in mind the historical Djibouti Agreement of July 1991, the Addis Ababa Agreement of January and March 1993, Cairo 1994, Nairobi and Jeddah 1995 and 1996 conferences respectively, Having recognized the great need for peace and stability in Somalia, Having considered the importance of a renewed commitment of the overwhelming majority of Somali Political Movements to leasing peace and reconciliation, Being convinced of the importance of establishing a National Authority which could pave the way for the establishment of a National Central Authority or a National Transitional Government in Somalia, Having seen the negative impact of the prolonged crises in Somalia on the overall situation in the Horn of Africa, Having acknowledged the efforts of the neighboring countries (IGAD), particularly the tireless efforts the Government of Ethiopia has exerted for the achievement of peace and reconciliation in Somalia, Deeply appreciative of the efforts of the International Community, and particularly of the OAU, the UN, the LAS, the OIC, the EU and USA, Recognizing the efforts of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png African Yearbook of International Law Online Brill

SOMALIA: THE SODERE PEACE AGREEMENT

African Yearbook of International Law Online , Volume 5 (1): 7 – Jan 1, 1997

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Brill
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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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2211-6176
DOI
10.1163/221161797X00266
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Abstract

PREAMBLE Having been deeply touched by the tragic and painful catastrophe which has been taking place in Somalia since 1991, Responding to the yearning calls and aspirations of the Somali people. Bearing in mind the historical Djibouti Agreement of July 1991, the Addis Ababa Agreement of January and March 1993, Cairo 1994, Nairobi and Jeddah 1995 and 1996 conferences respectively, Having recognized the great need for peace and stability in Somalia, Having considered the importance of a renewed commitment of the overwhelming majority of Somali Political Movements to leasing peace and reconciliation, Being convinced of the importance of establishing a National Authority which could pave the way for the establishment of a National Central Authority or a National Transitional Government in Somalia, Having seen the negative impact of the prolonged crises in Somalia on the overall situation in the Horn of Africa, Having acknowledged the efforts of the neighboring countries (IGAD), particularly the tireless efforts the Government of Ethiopia has exerted for the achievement of peace and reconciliation in Somalia, Deeply appreciative of the efforts of the International Community, and particularly of the OAU, the UN, the LAS, the OIC, the EU and USA, Recognizing the efforts of

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Published: Jan 1, 1997

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