Sunday, April 4, 2021
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development Condemns the Terrorist Attack on Somali Army Forces
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development on April 4, 2021, condemned the terrorist attack on Somali army forces, which killed 47 soldiers and wounded 11 others from the Somali army forces.
“Al-Qaeda terrorist group al-Shabaab carried out large and simultaneous bombings in and around two Somali army bases in the villages of Briri and Utigly in Lower Shabeellaha province, 75 kilometers south of Mogadishu,” the Alliance stated.
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development confirmed the success of the army forces in eliminating 65 terrorists and chasing the rest.
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development warns of civil war in Somalia and the exploitation of the situation by terrorist groups there.
The Egyptian Alliance for Development and Human Rights calls on the United Nations and African countries to strengthen security forces to combat the presence of terrorist organizations in the region and to strengthen security and forces to provide security and protection to citizens.