Breakaway Somaliland Says Will Not Discuss Unification with Somalia

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MOGADISHU, Sept 25 (Reuters) – The breakaway region of Somaliland said it has no plans to discuss unity with Somalia, appearing to contradict Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni who said he would act as a “unification mediator” between the two governments.

Somaliland’s government declared autonomy from Somalia in 1991, but has not gained widespread international recognition for independence.

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