Somalia’s National Army Forces eliminate top Al-Shabaab commanders in daring military mission

Somalia: SNA Eliminates Al-Shabaab Leaders in Operation

In Mogadishu, the Somali National Army (SNA) successfully took down nine Al-Shabaab leaders in central regions, as confirmed by the government. This operation is part of ongoing efforts to combat the militants who have been causing chaos in the unstable Horn of Africa nation.

State media reports that the armed forces, with support from international partners, carried out the operation, resulting in the death of nine Al-Shabaab militants. Ten others were wounded and the military is now pursuing remaining members in the interior areas of Galgaduud in Middle Shabelle.

Over the past year, the military has been conducting operations in the region and has managed to eliminate approximately 3000 militants. The next phase of operations is planned for Jubaland and Southwest states.

The United States Africa Command and the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) have been helping Somalia stabilize, assisting the SNA in liberating regions like Jubaland and Southwest. ATMIS is expected to withdraw from the country in the near future, with Somali forces taking over security duties.

The government is determined to eradicate the militants in the upcoming months, with support from the international community. Countries such as Kenya, Ethiopia, Burundi, Uganda, and Djibouti are among the key contributors in Somalia.

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