The head of Somaliland mission office in the UK  has appealed to all and sundry to coax their constituent reps to help lobby for the international recognition; it is worth noting that no less than five major municipal councils in the UK alone has passed resolution to recognize Somaliland. Others in different major European cities had followed cue.

Hon AbdAbdilahi Hersi Dayax-Werer, the Ambassador of the Republic of Somaliland to The United Kingdom of Great Britain and the Commonwealth Office has played an important role in advancing and lobbying for the Somaliland recognition cause especially the recent motion tabled in the UK Parliament.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Isse Keyd Mohamud and a delegation of parliamentarians led by him visited the Port of Berbera and praised the development and modernization of the Port of Berbera, adding it will contribute to the economic growth of Somaliland.

Dr Isse’s delegation, which included Conservative MP Gavin Williamson, who in December last year submitted a motion to the British Parliament on the recognition of Somaliland, supported by 20 participants in his debate, praised the port’s development;

“It is a great honor for me to be here at the port of Berbera, with amazing investment, not just DP World. In fact, DP World and the British government are investing in Somaliland, because, we see the future, we see its potential, and we recognize, that it will lead the whole of East Africa. See investment, see what happens,” said MP Williamson.

Officials from DP World, the company that manages the Berbera port, briefed a delegation of British MPs accompanying Foreign Secretary Dr Isse on their visit to Berbera yesterday.

A delegation of members of both houses of the British Parliament leading by the Ambassador of the Republic of Somaliland to the United Kingdom Abdi Abdillahi Dayah-weerar arrived in the country on Thursday, had been welcomed home The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Somaliland Dr. Issa Kayd, who then escorted to the Presidential palace where President H.E. Muse Bihi Abdi has met.

Speaking at the UK airport before leaving for Somaliland, MP Williamson said, “We are very pleased to be travelling to Somaliland to see the progress being made.

<The Somaliland Mission to the UK and the Commonwealth recently  introduced a newsletter for the first time since the establishment of the office.

Through the line of the Ministry of foreign affairs, the newsletter is to provide factual information and guidance to the British Somaliland Community in the UK and to ensure the readers and followers are well aware of the Republic of Somaliland history, the potential investments available, and the Socioeconomic development, the Political and diplomatic obstacle and the achievement made for the last months and so and to maintain the relationship with the embassies accredited here in UK.

This newsletter will play a bridgeable role and ensure that theRepublic of Somaliland political argument is internationally head and to gain Recognition