The United Nations Security Council has said it strongly supports
the peace initiative by Djibouti aimed at ending more than
a decade of violence in Somalia.
UN ambassador, Roble Olhaye, told the council that the Somali
conference underway in his country was making great progress
and may be the last chance to save Somalia from chaos.
Somali delegates have been attending the peace conference,
which aims to re-establish a central government in the country.
Council urged warring factions in Somalia to join the peace
A UN peacekeeping
mission in Somalia failed to reconcile the factions.
Council discusses peace process for Somalia
Council condemns attacks against civilians, aid workers in
Kieran Prendergast briefs Security Council, urges it not to
give up on Somalia