ATMIS chief visits wounded troopers in Nairobi hospital

Mogadishu (AX) – The newly appointed Particular Consultant of the Chairperson of the African Union Fee (SRCC) for Somalia and Head of the African Union Transitional Mission in Somalia (ATMIS), Ambassador Mohamed El-Amine Souef, visited ATMIS troopers being handled in Nairobi Hospital on Monday .

In his first go to since assuming workplace in November, Ambassador Souef praised the troopers for his or her dedication to restoring Somalia’s peace and stability.

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“I thank the soldiers for their contribution and support, as well as their families who are supporting them remotely. I assure them and their families that the mission will never fail them,” stated Amb. Souef, who wished them a speedy restoration.

Ambassador Souef held discussions with the amenities’ senior administration groups and was up to date on the progress of the injured personnel.

“It speeds up the healing process and they feel appreciated by their superiors. This is something that should continue,” stated Col. Dr. Benard Gichina Mukuria, ATMIS Navy Welfare Liaison Officer.

Monday’s go to comes as al-Shabab militants attacked a base of Somali authorities troopers and Ugandan troops in Decrease Shabelle’s Qoryoley district on Monday.

Casualties are unknown, and Somali authorities and ATMIS officers declined to touch upon the hour-long assault.

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