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approved geneva; color: #222222;”>“We must not drop our guard. As we have repeatedly said, the threat of attack remains real even when the extremists were forced out of various urban towns,” said Ambassador Annadif adding that AMISOM will continue to stand by the people of Somalia as they strive to achieve sustainable peace.
While sending his condolences to those who had lost loved ones in the attack, Ambassador Annadif reaffirmed the commitment of AMISOM in particular to helping the Somali National Army and National Security Forces to enhance security in the country.
This is the second attack in Beledweyne carried out by Al Shabaab fighters following last month’s attack targeting Ethiopian and Djibouti forces in a restaurant, killing 16 people.