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13062013 Somalia - SRSG Kay Officially Visits Hargeisa

13062013 Somalia - SRSG Kay Officially Visits Hargeisa

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The Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary–General (SRSG) Nicholas Kay arrived in Hargeisa, Somaliland yesterday (13 June), to meet with His Excellency President Ahmed Mahamed Mohamud (Silaanyo) and officials of the Somaliland government. This is SRSG Kay’s first visit to Somaliland since he assumed his duties as head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) on June 3.
He was received by Dr. Mohamed Abdillahi Omar, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations. The SRSG then paid a visit to the museum of mass graves in Hargeisa, in commemoration of the worst human rights violations of the Siyad Barre regime, which occurred between 1984 and 1988.
The Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary–General (SRSG) Nicholas Kay arrived in Hargeisa, Somaliland yesterday (13 June), to meet with His Excellency President Ahmed Mahamed Mohamud (Silaanyo) and officials of the Somaliland government. This is SRSG Kay’s first visit to Somaliland since he assumed his duties as head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) on June 3.
He was received by Dr. Mohamed Abdillahi Omar, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations. The SRSG then paid a visit to the museum of mass graves in Hargeisa, in commemoration of the worst human rights violations of the Siyad Barre regime, which occurred between 1984 and 1988.

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SOMALIA: SRSG KAY OFFICIALLY VISITS HARGEISATRT:2:37
 
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH /NATS
 
DATELINE: 13 JUNE 2013, HARGESIA, SOMALILAND
 
SHOTLIST:
 1. Wide shot, SRSG Kay Hargeisa2. Wide shot, Hargeisa Mass Graves museum3. Mid shot, SRSG Kay meets Hargeisa Government officials at the Hargeisa MassGraves museum4. Wide shot, sign at the Hargeisa Mass Graves museum5. Wide shot, SRSG Kay leaving the Hargeisa Mass Graves museum6. Wide shot, Meeting the Speakers of the Upper House and Lower House7. Mid shot, Meeting the Speakers of the Upper House and Lower House8. Mid shot, Meeting the Speakers of the Upper House and Lower House9. Close up, Meeting the Speakers of the Upper House and Lower House10.Wide shot, SRSG Kay leaving the Parliament11.Wide Shot, arriving at the Edna Adan Hospital12.Mid shot, SRSG Kay entering Edna Adan Hospital13.Mid shot, SRSG Kay as he is shown the operating room14.SOUNDBITE (English) United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia (SRSG), Nicholas Kay:
“I came to listen and it’
s been a great opportunity and experience. I have heard fromcivil society, i have heard from the elected representatives of the Somaliland people.I shall be hearing from the Government very shortly. So am here listening and veryclearly receiving the message.
“They don't think that one size of UN will fit all. The
 
programmes will need to be tailored, crafted for the specific needs in Somaliland,and I have reassured them that is absolutely what the UN is doing and UNSOM isdoing. We shall be making sure our interventions, our capacity building, our supportfor civil society, for democracy building, is absolutely tailored and crafted to suit theindividual requirements of this complex place.
15. Mid shot, SRGS Kay greeting President of Somaliland, Ahmed MohamedMohamoud Silanyo16. Wide shot, SRSG Kay holding discussions with President, Ahmed MohamedMohamoud Silanyo
STORY:
 The Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary
 –
General (SRSG) NicholasKay arrived in Hargeisa, Somaliland yesterday (13 June), to meet with His ExcellencyPresident Ahmed Mahamed Mohamud (Silaanyo) and officials of the Somalilandgovernment. This
is SRSG Kay’s first visit to Somaliland since he assumed his duties
as head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) on June 3.He was received by Dr. Mohamed Abdillahi Omar, Minister of Foreign Affairs andInternational Relations. The SRSG then paid a visit to the museum of mass graves inHargeisa, in commemoration of the worst human rights violations of the Siyad Barreregime, which occurred between 1984 and 1988.
On his arrival in Hargeisa, SRSG Nicholas Kay said “I came to listen
and it's been agreat opportunity and experience. I have heard from civil society, I have heard fromthe elected representatives of the Somaliland people. I shall be hearing from theGovernment very shortly. So am here listening and very clearly receiving themessage". The mandate of UNSOM is to support the building of national capacity,peace building with a focus on good governance, security sector reform, rule of law,
human rights, providing “good offices” for mediation and political reconciliation and
the coordination of international assistance.Speaking of his interactions with officials and civil society in Somaliland, the UN
envoy said: “They don't think that one size of UN will fit all. The programmes will
need to be tailored, crafted for the specific needs in Somaliland, and I havereassured them that is absolutely what the UN is doing and UNSOM is doing. Weshall be making sure our interventions, our capacity building, our support for civilsociety, for democracy building, is absolutely tailored and crafted to suit the
individual requirements of this complex place.”
UNSOM stands ready to support constructive engagement between Somalia and
Somaliland. The UN envoy further said “this is only my first visit to Somaliland of 
many and I intend to have a close and fruitful relationship with its people andauthorities. Our office in Hargeisa will be proactively engaging the administration
and civil society to explore areas of further cooperation.”

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