Somali PM gives details of the roadmap talks in Nairobi

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Prime Minister Abdiweli Mohamed Ali has given more details of the ongoing roadmap talks in Nairobi.

The PM said the talks are follow up of all agreements made during the recent Addis Ababa meeting by the signatories of the roadmap in order to facilitate the end of the transition period.

Key points among the agreements were a series of deadlines in order to build relevant institutions like the arbitration committee, the team resolution committee and the 135 elders committee in order to review and adopt the new constitution.

Ali said the participants are also discussing the setbacks they face in implementing the roadmap including the establishment of arbitration board that should have handled any disputes that may arise among elders and other key points agreed during the Addis Ababa meeting last month.

The PM added that the international community assured them that they will pay the funds they pledged in order to facilitate the process.

The two-day meeting which kicked off in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, on Wednesday is set to be concluded later today.

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