Somaliland Restoration Day: A Celebration of Independence and Call for Recognition

As Somaliland celebrates to commemorate its 33rd Restoration on this Day May 18, 2024, the nation stands proud, reflecting on its journey towards independence and the continued call for international recognition.

Since reclaiming its independence from the failed union with Somalia, of June 26, 2960.

Somaliland has been steadfast in its pursuit of self-determination and sovereignty. May 18 Restoration Day marks a pivotal moment in Somaliland’s history, symbolizing the resilience and determination of its people to reclaim their rightful place on the global stage.

Over the past three decades, Somaliland has demonstrated its commitment to democratic governance, peace, and stability in the Horn of Africa region. Despite facing numerous challenges, including economic hardships and geopolitical complexities, Somaliland has emerged as a beacon of hope and progress.

As Somaliland celebrates its 33rd Restoration Day, it is also a time to renew the call for international recognition. The people of Somaliland have shown their readiness and capability to govern themselves, uphold democratic principles, and contribute positively to the international community.

Recognition of Somaliland is not only a matter of justice but also a step towards fostering peace, stability, and prosperity in the region. By acknowledging Somaliland’s sovereignty, the international community can empower its people to fully realize their potential and contribute to the global efforts for peace and development.

On this auspicious occasion, Somaliland calls upon the international community, including governments and organizations worldwide, to recognize its sovereignty and support its aspirations for self-determination.

As Somaliland commemorates its 33rd Restoration Day, let us reaffirm our commitment to justice, peace, and unity, and work together towards a future where all nations are respected and recognized in the community of nations.