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Somaliland is lobbying neighboring East African states to push for its recognition by the international community.

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This week, ahead of its 28th independence anniversary celebrations, the administration is hosting several delegations to demonstrate its nationhood.

On Saturday, Somaliland will mark 28 years of self-declared independence from Somalia. A big celebration is planned, but like previous celebrations, it will be just another day for the international community, which has refused to recognize Somaliland. But Somaliland is not giving up.

 

Somaliland is lobbying neighboring East African states to push for its recognition by the international community.

This week, ahead of its 28th independence anniversary celebrations, the administration is hosting several delegations to demonstrate its nationhood.

On Saturday, Somaliland will mark 28 years of self-declared independence from Somalia. A big celebration is planned, but like previous celebrations, it will be just another day for the international community, which has refused to recognize Somaliland. But Somaliland is not giving up.

Somaliland is lobbying neighboring East African states to push for its recognition by the international community.

This week, ahead of its 28th independence anniversary celebrations, the administration is hosting several delegations to demonstrate its nationhood.

On Saturday, Somaliland will mark 28 years of self-declared independence from Somalia. A big celebration is planned, but like previous celebrations, it will be just another day for the international community, which has refused to recognize Somaliland. But Somaliland is not giving up.

 

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