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Somali president Abdikassim supports holding extraordinary summit !


DOHA, Feb 21st,2003(KUNA),

Somali President Abdikassim Salad Hassan on Thursda voiced support for holding an extraordinary Islamic summit to discuss the current circumstances in the light of the US intention to strike Iraq, in case the Iraqi government insisted on not complying with international resolutions.

Salad, who is visiting Qatar, told KUNA he discussed with the Amir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani the regional and international developments and the situation in the Gulf region, and tackled the results of the Arab League Foreign ministers meeting.

The president asserted Somalia was against striking Iraq; however he called on the Iraqi government to show full abidance by UN resolutions, so as not to give reasons for any party to wage a war.

Regarding internal affairs, Salad said he was looking forward to form a National Unity government before the end of next August, highlighting stability prevailing in the country currently.

Salad denied any existence of Al-Qaeda network in his country, and invited any party suspicious to visit Somalia to make sure that. He also called on the Arab League to increase their support to his country.

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