Somalia bans all flights into Somaliland administration
Mogadishu, Somalia ( DIPLOMAT.SO) – Federal Government of Somalia says it is banning all airlines from flying into airports of Berbera and Hargeisa from February 22, in response to security reports in Somaliland administration.
Federal Government of Somalia has control over Somali airspace.
Airlines have been ordered by Somali government to stop flights into the Somaliland administration for reasons not disclosed officially.
Somaliland administration in the north-west of the country, is still subject to the authorities of the Federal Republic of Somalia , but insists its declaration of secession from the Greater Somalia.
International community refuses to dismantle Somalia into small clan states in East Africa.
Somaliland administration of the Isak clan, claims that the military warplanes hit the region’s population in 1988 by order of the ousted president Gen. Mohamed Siad Barre .
the military regime was collapsed in January 26, 1991 due of attacks by armed opposition fronts.
The Directorate of Immigration and Naturalization said all airlines are not allowed to land in Hargeisa and Berbera in the north-west of Somalia , but would still be permitted to cross all Somali airspace to other destination points.For more news and stories, join us on Facebook,Twitter , or contact us through our Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com