SOMALIA / KISMAYO HAYSON VISIT

29-Oct-2018 00:03:41
With his first planned trip to a regional centre coinciding with tensions between the federal and state governments, the new United Nations envoy to Somalia Nicholas Haysom encouraged Somalis to work together to find their own solutions to their problems. UNSOM
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STORY: SOMALIA / KISMAYO HAYSON VISIT
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SOURCE: UNSOM
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / SOMALI / NATS

DATELINE: 29 OCTOBER 2018, MOGADISHU, SOMALIA
SHOTLIST
1. Wide shot, an aerial view of the port city of Kismayo
2. Med shot, Nicholas Haysom, UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative (SRSG) for Somalia inside the aircraft
3. Close up, SRSG Nicholas Haysom looking through the window of the aircraft
4. Close up, port city of Kismayo
5. Wide shot, SRSG Nicholas Haysom getting off the aircraft upon arrival in Kismayo
6. Close up, Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union (SRCC) for Somalia Ambassador Francisco Madeira on arrival in Kismayo
7. Close up, SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira
8. Med shot, SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira at the airport in Kismayo
9. Med shot, parade of honour
10.Various shots, parade of honour for SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira
11. Wide shot, convoy driving through Kismayo
12. Close up, Jubaland flag
13. Med shot, SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira arriving at the Jubaland state house
14. Med shot, President Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe’ receives SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira
15. Wide shot, Jubbaland state house
16. SOUNDBITE(English) Nicholas Haysom, UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia:
“An opportunity, on my part, as the representative of the international community, to express our concerns and anxiety that there’s no prospect of a solution for Somalia if all the moving parts don’t work together, if they all go their own way, it will be very difficult to bring the peace and prosperity that Somalia needs. The Somalis need to find their own solutions but those solutions must be ones in which all the parts are accommodated and which all parties have an equal responsibility – we’re here to support them, to rally them in this endeavor, but it’s not for us to find the solutions on behalf of the Somali people.”
17. Med shot, President Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe’ speaking at the meeting with SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira
18. Close up, SRSG Nicholas Haysom listening
19. Med shot, SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira at the meeting
20. Wide shot, President Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe’ speaking at the meeting with SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira
21. Wide shot, President Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe’ and SRSG Nicholas Haysom
22. Wide shot, President Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe’ addressing a press brief
23. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe,’ President of the Jubaland State of Somalia:
“We had a long discussion about wide ranging issues in Somalia, for example, the conflict between the FGS (Federal Government of Somalia) and federal state members. We shared with him our view on how the conflict can be resolved. We also stated that Somalia needs true and durable solutions to the problems facing it. I am very happy to welcome him [UN Secretary-General’s envoy to Somalia] in Jubaland.”24. Wide shot, SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira speaking at the press briefing
24. SOUNDBITE(English) Ambassador Francisco Madeira, Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union for Somalia:
“We also came here to once again engage with the authorities and see how our forces are operating, both the police and the military, and also understand the security situation in the region and understand the thinking, the details of the current political crisis (in other words) what does President Madobe think about this (the crisis), his ideas and I want to thank President Madobe because he has been very open with us. He spoke with us and shared his feelings; this will help us see how it (President Madobe’s views) can better be of use to Somalia, its people and to the federal member states.”25. Wide shot, SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira leaving after the meeting
26. Med shot, President Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe’ shaking hands with SRSG Nicholas Haysom and SRCC Ambassador Francisco Madeira
STORYLINE
With his first planned trip to a regional centre coinciding with tensions between the federal and state governments, the new United Nations envoy to Somalia Nicholas Haysom encouraged Somalis to work together to find their own solutions to their problems.

The Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia, Nicholas Haysom visited Kismayo, the capital of Jubaland, a Federal Member State in the country’s south, with his counterpart from the African Union (AU), the Special Representative of the Chairperson of the AU Commission, Francisco Madeira.

SOUNDBITE(English) Nicholas Haysom, UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia:
“An opportunity, on my part, as the representative of the international community, to express our concerns and anxiety that there’s no prospect of a solution for Somalia if all the moving parts don’t work together, if they all go their own way, it will be very difficult to bring the peace and prosperity that Somalia needs. The Somalis need to find their own solutions but those solutions must be ones in which all the parts are accommodated and which all parties have an equal responsibility – we’re here to support them, to rally them in this endeavor, but it’s not for us to find the solutions on behalf of the Somali people.”

Earlier, the UN and AU officials had met with President Madobe, and heard first-hand his views on the recent tensions.

SOUNDBITE (Somali) Ahmed Mohamed Islam ‘Madobe,’ President of the Jubaland State of Somalia:
“We had a long discussion about wide ranging issues in Somalia, for example, the conflict between the FGS (Federal Government of Somalia) and federal state members. We shared with him our view on how the conflict can be resolved. We also stated that Somalia needs true and durable solutions to the problems facing it. I am very happy to welcome him [UN Secretary-General’s envoy to Somalia] in Jubaland.”

He also welcomed the new UN Special Representative, noting his previous service in countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq and Sudan.

In his comments to the media, Ambassador Madeira flagged the importance of hearing directly from those involved in the recent tensions.

SOUNDBITE(English) Ambassador Francisco Madeira, Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union for Somalia:
“We also came here to once again engage with the authorities and see how our forces are operating, both the police and the military, and also understand the security situation in the region and understand the thinking, the details of the current political crisis (in other words) what does President Madobe think about this (the crisis), his ideas and I want to thank President Madobe because he has been very open with us. He spoke with us and shared his feelings; this will help us see how it (President Madobe’s views) can better be of use to Somalia, its people and to the federal member states.”
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