Daawo RaiisulWasaare Khayre oo Ka Hor Hadlay Qaramadda Midoobay, Codsadayna in Somalia faragalinta laga daayo.

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Ra’isul Wasaaraha Soomaaliya Xasan Cali Kheyre ayaa jimcihii waxaa uu ka hadlay fadhiga Jimciyadda Qurumaha ka dhaxeysa isaga oo ka sheekeeyay dhibaatooyinka dalka ka jira, hor-umarada la gaaray, sida Soomaaliya u aragto caalamka iyo arrimo kale.

Ugu Horreyntii, waxaa uu Xasan Kheyre ka hadlay Nabadda isaga oo sheegay in sanadkan uu shirka ku soo beegmay iyada oo loo dabaal-degayo maalinta nabadda adduunka, waxaa uu  intaa raaciyay in hal-ku-dhegga kulanka Jimciyadda ee sanadkan ee ah “Nabadda iyo Duni nolol ku wanaagsan” uu ku soo aadayo sidoo kale iyada oo nabad, amni iyo helidda nolol fiican aaney soo dhoween.

Ra’isul wasaare Kheyre waxaa uu soo qaatay dalal badan oo dhibaato banii’aadnimo ka jiraan sida Syria,  Central African Republic, Rohingaha Myanmar,  Libya iyo weliba in meelo kale oo looloankooda sii kordhayo. Soomaaliya ayuu sheegay in ay sanado badan u nugleed dagaalo, gaajo iyo faqri taas oo keentay in dadka qaar gudaha ku barakacaan halka qaar kale ay dibadda u galeen safar khatar badan, waxaa uu soo jeediyay in ay muhiim tahay in dadka dhibka ka cararaya albaabada loo furo.

Ra’isul Wasaaraha Soomaaliya waxaa uu khudbadda ku sheegay in Soomaaliya ay horay u socoto, wax bandanna laga qabtay amniga, siyaasadda, dhaqaalaha iyo arrimaha bulshada, weliba qaab wax fiican ku soo kordhin kara gobolka, Qaaradda iyo dunida, isaga oo soo qaatay in dowladda ay ku dadaaleyso dakhli uruurinta. Caqabadaha heysta waxaa uu ku sheegay in ay ka mid yihiin deymaha, helidda maalgeshi shisheeye, isaga oo intaasi ku daray in xukuumadiisa ay isla shaqeeyaan hey’adaha maamliyadda adduunka, caalamkana uu taageero ka rabo.

Caqabadda kale, waxaa uu ku sheegay in tahay Argigixisada, isaga oo dunida ku booriyay in loo midoobo sidii loo daaweyn lahaa aafadaasi iyo sidii lagu soo xoojin lahaa dagaalka lagula jiro kooxahaasi oo magac ahaan ka sheegay Daacish, Al-Qaa’ida iyo Al-shabaab.

Dhanka Al-shabaab waxaa uu sheegay in dowladda wax badan qabatay isaga oo u mahadceliyay AMISOM iyo taageerada ay siiyaan ciidamada xoogga dalka, Kheyre waxaa uu sheegay in cuna-qabateynta hubka ee Soomaaliya saaran ay ka hor istaageyso in guul ka gaaro Al-shabaab, isaga oo ka hadlay in xukuumadda federaalka ah ay si fiican ula shaqeyneyso golaha ammaanka iyo hey’adaha arrintan khuseyso in Road Map-ka lagu socdo.

Ra’isul wasaare Kheyre waxaa uu sheegay in faqriga iyo waxbarasho la’aanta ay qeyb ka qaataan kororsiimaha xagjirnimada iyo in dhalinyarada laga faa’ideysto, waxaa uu soo jeediyay in waxbarashada maalgein lagu smaeeyo iyo in dhalinyarada helaan waxbarasho iyo xirfado ay nooli ku helaan isaga oo beesha caalamka ugu baaqay in arrimahaasi ay ku gacan siiyaan.

Dhanka isbadalka cimillada waxaa uu ka hadlay in ay dhibaato ka jirto taasi oo keentay abaar iyo in xoolihii dhintaan, inkasta oo dowladda barnaamijkeeda uu ka mid tahay arrintaas hadana waxaa uu sheegay in Soomaaliya iyo dalal kale ku adkaatay wax ka qabashada, isaga oo soo jeediyay in dar-dargeliyo heshiiska cimilada ee Paris.

Mr. Kheyre waxaa uu ka hadlay gargaarka iyo sida New Dealka ay Soomaaliya uga faa’iday, waxaa uu ammaanay heshiiska Busan ee South Korea 2011-kii iyo sida dowladaha liita sida Soomaaliya ay heshiiskaas uga faa’ideen, waxaa uu soo jeediyay in kor loo qaado mab’ada isla xisaabtanka. Soomaaliya waxaa uu sheegay in wax badan ka qabatay musuqa sida in xukuumadda ay meel-marisay hindise sharaciyeedka la dagaalanka Musuqa. Dhanka Maalgelinta waxaa uu soo jeediyay in lacag iyo maalgelin lagu tashan karo loo helo AMISOM.

Ra’isul Wasaaraha Soomaaliya waxaa uu beesha caalamka u sheegay in haweenka ay kaalin fiican ka galeen doorashadii Soomaaliya 2016-kii, golaha shacabka oo tiro ahaan ku lahaayeen 14% hadda waxaa ay ku leeyihiin 25%, ujeedkeena 30% ayuu ahaa, Kheyre waxaa uu sheegay in golihiisa wasiirrada ay ku jiraan 6 haween oo uu u dhiibay wasaarado ay ka mid yihiin:  dhalinyarada, caafimaadka, haweenka iyo gacacsiga, waxaa kale uu soo qaatay in uu magacaabay wasiirro dhalinyaro ah sida wasiirkii howlaha guud ee la dilay Cabaas Siraaje.

Ra’isul wasaare Kheyre waxaa uu ka hadlay in ay ka shaqeynayaan hagaajinta arrimaha la xiriira Xuquuqul Insaanka sida dhismaha guddiga xuquuqul insaanka, xeerka la xiriirka dambiyada jinsiga iyo in xukuumadda ay damaanad-qaad u hesho arrimaha xuquuqul insaanka marka la meelmarinayo dastuurka iyo sharciyada kale ee dalka.

Ra’isul wasaaraha Soomaaliya Kheyre waxaa uu dalalka Jimciyadda qurumaha ka dhaxeysa u sheegay in qaramada midoobey loo sameeyay sidii xiriirka dalalka loo wanaaji lahaa, sidaa darteedna ay muhiim tahay in dal weliba uu ixtiraamo madaxbanaanida, qaranimada dalal kale gaar ahaan dowlad tabar daran sida Soomaaliya.

Ugu dambeyntii, waxaa uu ra’isul wasaaraha Soomaaliya Xasan Kheyre taageeray islaaxa iyo dib u habeynta ururka qaramada midoobey lagu sameynayo, ururkan oo sida uu sheegay wax badan ka soo qabtay arrimaha nabadda iyo xasiloonida.

Halkan ku Dhufo si aad u Daawato Khudbadda Khayre.

Halkan ka Akhriso Khudbadda oo English ah.

Speech: THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF SOMALIA PERMANENT MISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS
Bismillahi Rahmani Rahim
Mr. President
Mr. Secretary-General of the United Nations
Honourable Delegates,
Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
It is an honour to address the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly. I bring you warm greetings and good wishes from our President, H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo, and the entire Government and People of the Federal Republic of Somalia.
Allow me to first congratulate the President of the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly for assuming this role, and for ably steering this august body toward a successful gathering. This year’s session also coincides on International Peace Day.
Yesterday, we observed the International Day of Peace. A day that called for togetherness and solidarity with those who have been forced to flee their homes and those who leave home to seek a better life. The theme of this year’s General Assembly, speaks of peace and a decent life in a sustainable planet. The similarity in focus, goes beyond coincidence to acknowledge that the pursuit for peace, decent life, respect, safety and dignity is a global need yet elusive for hundreds of millions of people in the world today. From Syria to the Central African Republic, from the Rohingya people of Myanmar to the people of Libya, the number of protracted and new conflicts remains unacceptably high. The Somali people have for many years been the victims of war, famine and poverty, which has seen them displaced internally, while others made the perilous journey abroad. We therefore know too well, the necessity for others to open their doors to distraught and disillusioned people who just like us are looking for a safe and dignified living. I take this opportunity to thank all those who, even in challenging times, continue to uphold this spirit of oneness, of sharing and caring.
Mr. President,
Somalia is rising and we are determined to stay the course. Our aim is to contribute positively to the progress of our region, our continent and the world. Despite enormous challenges we are, among others, improving security, re-establishing law and order and conducting the necessary political and socio-economic reforms. The progress achieved so far, is because the Somali people have embraced a new dawn and our relentless partners continue to walk with us in our journey towards peace and prosperity. We will continue to formulate measures to strengthen Somalia’s progress including in revenue generation, however, there are some serious challenges beyond the control of the Somali government. Debt relief would have the effect of unlocking concessional financing, attracting foreign investment and providing an opportunity that is critical to sustaining our reform efforts and consequently reinvigorate our economy. We are already working with International Financial Institutions towards this objective and through this forum, seek your support.
Mr. President:
Terrorism remains one of our pressing challenges, with its repercussions felt globally. As such, our unity in addressing this scourge, collectively and sustainably, is critical. No effort should be spared in neutralizing the growth and influence of international terrorist organizations such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda who as we know, are key influencers of localized terrorism. Efforts to step up military interventions against such groups should be re-doubled. In Somalia, we have made significant strides, which have weakened the capability of Al-Shabaab. In this regard, I would like to thank AMISOM for their sacrifice, unfailing support, dedication and solidarity in the fight against Al-Shabaab. To ensure the sustainability of such gains, we are focused on strengthening the military capacity of our national security forces. However, the arms embargo imposed against Somalia is a severe limitation towards this objective. The Federal Government of Somalia will continue to work with the Security Council and relevant actors on our roadmap towards lifting the arms embargo.
Poverty and lack of education and livelihood opportunities remain contributing factors to the growth of violent extremism. Across the world, disillusioned youth are at heightened risk of exploitation by criminal networks, including terrorists. The urgent need to invest in education, skills building and livelihood opportunities for our youth is crucial. Addressing these key strategic elements to counter terrorism is an enormous task, which requires a holistic approach and resources to match. We continue to call upon friends of Somalia to help us in this important undertaking.
Mr. President,
We cannot talk about a sustainable planet without demonstrating commitment to make this world livable for ourselves and the future generation. Somalia is one of the countries ravaged by a vicious cycle of man-made and natural disasters created directly by environmental degradation. Rains are scarce, leading to crop failure and death of livestock, which subsequently leads to drought and famine. Currently the humanitarian situation of millions of Somalis remains fragile as the bite of the current drought, which still threatens to develop into famine, continues. Our National Development Plan stipulates a clear and realistic roadmap to breaking this vicious cycle. However, Somalia, and many other countries who are on the receiving end of climate change are unable to find the resources required to tackle this ever-growing problem. In this regard, we urge all member states to continue improving Paris Climate Agreement which has the potential to mitigate the effects of climate change. Similarly, developing countries such as ourselves need investment in long term initiatives including infrastructure development, water conservation, innovative food and livestock production and creation of livelihood opportunities.
Mr. President,
We need to get better at streamlining global development and aid structures, especially for fragile states. We need to revisit the prevailing paradigms and take bold and innovative steps to improve this architecture. The New Deal Engagement in Fragile States, agreed in Busan South Korea in 2011, was certainly a great step in that direction. Somalia fully embraced this agreement. Yet with all its strength, the New Deal for Fragile States needs improvement. That said, the mutual accountability principles embedded in the framework are exactly what fragile countries like us need. Often times, pledges are made, only to be neglected later. That should not happen as fragile countries rely on such support to rebuild their state. Conversely, development partners are often frustrated with the weak transparency and accountability institutions that exist in fragile countries. That is a legitimate concern, and we as fragile nations need to do better by tackling corruption and plugging leakages.
Somalia has recently taken bold steps to address corruption. The Anti-Corruption Bill, critical for putting in place measures for good governance and accountability has been approved by the cabinet and tabled for enactment by parliament. The leadership of mycountry has also reiterated its zero tolerance to corruption.
Also relating to funding, we must find predictable funding for non-UN peacekeeping missions. This is particularly true for AMISOM in Somalia. For over a decade, they have registered tremendous success yet they continue to operate in uncertainty of funding each year. We believe that investment in peacekeeping is a worthy investment in peace-building and state-building and we have seen the dividends of this investment in Somalia. I look forward to engaging our partners on this matter in the coming weeks and months.
Mr. President, Distinguished Delegates, Excellencies:
A fundamental element of peace-building and state-building is how any country treats its marginalised and the voiceless. Women are crucial in decision making and investment in society. In spite of our many challenges, Somalia has made significant steps in this regard. During the 2016 election, the number of women in our bi-cameral Parliament increased from 14 percent to 24 percent. Although we missed our 30 percent target, we did improve markedly from a few years ago.
Six months ago, when I was forming my Council of Ministers, I appointed six women to my Cabinet. They hold some of the most important portfolios in our nation, including trade and industry, health, youth and sports, women and human rights and humanitarian affairs. In Somalia, women played an instrumental role during our worst times. In addition to being mothers and wives, they dominate the informal economy. Many living as refugees and migrants remain the lifeline of their families through remittances sent to Somalia.
Similarly, youth are vital to peace-building and state-building. The number of youth in our Parliament has increased exponentially. And I have also appointed a number of very young people to key cabinet positions. One of them, Abbas Siraji, was tragically killed in May this year. He was a beacon of hope for Somalia’s young people. Having grown up in the world’s largest refugee camp in Kenya, he worked hard, studied, and worked for various UN agencies. I appointed him to the Minister of Public Works and Reconstruction at age 31. Although he is no longer with us, his appointment spurred the potential of thousands of young people across the country. He showed them that, life in the refugee camps, as harsh as it was, didn’t mean the end of hope.
Distinguished Delegates, Excellencies:
One of the core tenets of this United Nations is human rights.
We are working hard to ensure the respect for human rights of all people. The establishment of institutions such as the national human rights commission that is mandated to protect and promote human rights will be a significant step towards in this direction. Vital legislations on human rights such as the soon to be approved Sexual Offences Bill, provide the tools to fight impunity of sexual perpetuators. Even though we are fond of our traditions, it should never be a reason to condone impunity and my government is determined to find ways to harmonise our traditional dispute resolution and our conventional justice system in a manner that respects the human rights of its people.
Mr. President,
The United Nations continues to the worldsmost important common platform for nations to develop and strengthen bilateral and multilateral relations. It is a core UN principles for states to respect each others political independence sovereignty and territorial integrity. It is a principle that should be promoted and upheld at all times, especially when engaging with fragile state such Somalia.
Mr President,
In closing, I would like to take this opportunity to add my voice to the reform process of the United Nations. This organization has worked for peace and stability for decades and I strongly believe that the Secretary General’s reform agenda will most certainly lead to a far responsive and dynamic institution. As a country that has greatly benefited from the UN system, we have also seen that it can improve its overall efficiency.
With that, I would like to conclude by onceagain reminding all of us, that we must redouble our efforts to focus on peace and decent life for a sustainable planet and that will take a collective recognition that, what happens in one corner of the world impacts another corner of the world.
Thank you, and may Allah bless you all.

 

 

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