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索马里呼吁开展区域合作,以对付恐怖主义

Somali government on Monday urged regional cooperation to counter growing threat from terrorist groups following on going deadly attack on shopping mall in the Kenya capital, Nairobi.

Speaker of Somali Parliament Mohamed Osman Jawari, who is also acting president, said the Westgate Shopping Mall attack highlights the importance of collaboration of governments in the region to bring about "sustainable peace."

"We need to work together and find a common approach to deal with the scourge of violence," Jawari said in a statement.

Somali top leadership has condemned the ongoing attack on Nairobi's upscale shopping mall claimed by the militant Al-Shabaab group in Somalia.

The Kenyan Interior Ministry said 62 people have been confirmed dead and 175 others have been injured since the Al-Qaida linked militants stormed the shopping mall on Saturday.

Kenya has been experiencing insecurity since October 2011 when it sent its troops across the border into southern Somalia to fight militant rebel fighters of Al-Shabaab.

Kenyan troops backing Somali forces ousted the militant group from their main stronghold of the strategic Kismayo port city in southern Somalia and other key areas.

Kenya accused the Somali Al-Qaida affiliate of causing insecurity after carrying out kidnappings of foreign tourists inside Kenya. The common border between the two East Africa countries remains largely unprotected and porous.

 

简明释义:受肯尼亚商场袭击事件影响,索马里政府周一敦促索马里地区的各国政府应该加强合作,以应对该地区日益严重的恐怖威胁。这次恐怖袭击造成的原因,应该是在11年的时候肯尼亚出兵帮助索马里政府打击该国的激进势力所致。

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