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Somali prime minister Roble said talks with the opposition presidential candidates to end the election stalemate in the country have collapsed.
Somali prime minister Mohamed Hussein Roble said the government has made a number of concessions during the three day talks at the Dècalè Hotel inside Adan Adde International Airport in Mogadishu.
The third round of talks between the government and the Kenya-UAE puppets ended after the opposition insisted to be included in the national consultative process on the 2021 elections.
Somali prime minister said, ”My doors are still open for dialogue and a compromise, so that we can reach a final solution and hold free and fair elections in the country,” he added.
Recent clashes between the Somali government forces, Kenya-UAE puppets opposition protesters and their security guards claimed the lives of at least four people, including soldiers.
Somali President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed has called on regional leaders to hold talks to end the political deadlock.