The lifting of the arms embargo in Somalia, which the United Nations Security Council will vote on today.

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The United Nations Security Council will vote on Friday to lift the arms embargo on Somalia that has been in place for more than thirty years.

These 15 members are scheduled to vote today on two resolutions that were said to have been prepared by the British government, one of which is to lift the arms embargo on Somalia and the second is to reimport it. stop the arms embargo on Al-Shabaab, which is linked to Al-Qaeda.

The Security Council imposed sanctions on Somalia in 1992, at that time it was pointed out that the council was preventing the flow of weapons to the warring factions in Somalia, who overthrew the country’s former president, Mohamed Siyad Barre.

President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud who was speaking at the opening of the fourth session of the Federal Parliament of Somalia this week said that the arms embargo will be lifted from Somalia.

Finally, the federal government of Somalia has recently been making more efforts to lift the arms embargo on Somalia for a long time, and now there is a good hope that it will lift the arms embargo.