Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble has reiterated calls to strengthen close coordination with UN agencies in the country.
The pledge was made by the Prime Minister during a meeting with the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General to Somalia SRSG Raisedon Zenenga in Mogadishu on Saturday.
The meeting discussed the latest developments in the horn of the African nation including upcoming elections and human rights issues.
“Pleased to meet with Acting SRSG Raisedon Zenenga to discuss elections, security sector reforms, human rights, and upcoming international events on Somalia, including the Somalia Partnership Forum. We look forward to closer cooperation with the UN Family.” The Office of The PM tweeted.
In a statement last week UNSOM emphasized achieving broad consensus on the establishment of the electoral management committees following concerns by the opposition political parties.
UNSOM stressed that it will continue to engage all Somali stakeholders to advocate the transparent implementation of a Somali-led, credible, and peaceful federal vote based on consensus and the commitments reached by the National Consultative Council.