Foreign Minister Amr Moussa said on Tuesday that his country
is keen on helping realize peace and stability in Somalia.
made the remarks after receiving a report submitted by an
Egyptian delegation that has visited Djibouti recently to
clear the "misunderstandings" that had caused troubles to
a Somali peace conference held there, Egypt's Middle East
News Agency reported.
supports Djibouti's peace initiative aimed at realizing peace
and national reconciliation in Somalia, Moussa said, adding
that Cairo hopes to see normal life restored in the country.
officials have accused Egyptian Ambassador to Somalia Saleh
Amin of disrupting Somali peace process by dissuading Somalia's
influential faction leaders from attending the peace conference.
has been in division since Former President Siad Barre was
toppled in 1991. Some 460 Somali representatives opened the
reconciliation conference in Djibouti on May 2 in a bid to
select 225 members for a proposed Interim National Council,
which is designed to form a central government.