United Nations official has pledged continuing support for
Somalia's transition to peaceful democracy.
humanitarian co-ordinator for Somalia, Randolph Kent, said
the government was facing a difficult and complex process.
added that the UN would aid the administration in the demobilisation
of militia groups and the creation of a new infrastructure.
who's based in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, said the total
UN staff in Somalia now numbered more than a-thousand.
groups have threatened to use force if the government attempts
to deploy a new police force in Somalia which is to be made
up of former militiamen.