Somaliland Deploys Troops and Artilleries to Sool region Amid Rising Tensions


HARGEISA, Somalia - In a recent development, Somaliland has started deploying troops and artilleries to the outskirts of Oog in the Sool region. This move comes as tensions with SSC-Khatumo forces escalate, with the possibility of war looming on the horizon.

The situation has been tense since Somaliland was defeated and expelled from the region by SSC-Khatumo forces on August 25 of last year.

The deployment of troops and artilleries indicates that Somaliland is taking a more aggressive stance in the ongoing conflict with SSC-Khatumo forces. The Sool region has been a point of contention between the two sides, with both claiming sovereignty over the area.

The recent military buildup by Somaliland may be an attempt to reassert control over the region and protect its interests.

The international community is closely monitoring the situation, as any escalation of the conflict could have serious consequences for the region. The African Union, United Nations, and other global organizations have called for restraint and a peaceful resolution to the dispute.

The situation remains fluid, and further developments are expected in the coming days.

As the situation unfolds, it is crucial for all parties involved to prioritize dialogue and diplomacy to prevent further escalation of the conflict.

The people of the Sool region, as well as the broader Horn of Africa, deserve stability and security, and it is the responsibility of the Somaliland and SSC-Khatumo forces to work towards a peaceful resolution that respects the rights and interests of all parties involved.


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