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Djibouti Peace Agreement: A blueprint for a National Unity

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Djibouti Peace Agreement: A blueprint for a National Unity

Postby RebelLion » Mon Sep 01, 2008 8:16 pm


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Re: Djibouti Peace Agreement: A blueprint for a National Unity

Postby RebelLion » Tue Sep 02, 2008 3:54 pm

"if we give chance, the Djibouti Peace Agreement has the potential to reverse course and achieve national unity government and simultaneously end Ethiopian invasion. The reason for his agreement is different, than previous agreement is that, it has the support of the United Nations, European Union, and United State."

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Re: Djibouti Peace Agreement: A blueprint for a National Unity

Postby Executive » Tue Sep 02, 2008 4:57 pm

2 points

Al-Shabab and Ethiopia hasn't sign that agreement. So therefore it is meaningless

The Somali govt can not end Ethiopian invasion....The end of the Ethiopian Invasion will also be the end of TFG.


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