Somalia has become lawless and international flights to Mogadishu have completely stopped

Today the international flights that used to come to the capital Mogadishu have completely stopped the direct flights that they used to go into Aden Adde Airport.

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Major airlines that stopped their flights include Turkey, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, which would bring passengers and others would take them away.

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Reliable sources have told us that the reason for the cancellation of these planes is, after the warning issued by the United States that there is a big security risk, and it is possible that the airport and other places could be attacked.

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On the other hand, it is not clear whether the plane of the Ethiopian company will land, which is one of the flights expected to reach Mogadishu today.

“Turkey, UAE and Qatar airlines have postponed their flights to Mogadishu today, while it is not yet clear from the Ethiopian company whose schedule is tight,” we quoted from one of the sources at Aden Adde Airport.

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So far, there has been no statement from the Somali government regarding the suspension of international flights at Aden Adde airport and the fear of terrorist attacks which was warned by the US embassy in Nairobi.

“The US embassy in Nairobi has received information about threats against many places in Mogadishu, such as Aden Adde airport. All activities of US Embassy personnel are suspended on Tuesday, April 9, 2024,” the US Embassy said in a statement.

After this warning came out, the vigilance was felt in Mogadishu, and the security of the capital and the areas near the Aden Adde airport was tightened.=