Somalia: “Security Sector Governance and Administration Capacity Is Essential For Functioning Law Enforcement” EUCAP Nestor

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EUCAP Nestor Acting Head of Mission Simonetta Silvestri and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Head of Global Maritime Crime Programme Alan Cole presented the European Union a joint work plan for Somalia in 2016

Somaliland sun – Working jointly EUCAP Nestor and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime-UNDOC shall utilize competencies of each organization to support some components of the New Deal Compact for Somalia, a Somali-led agreement to strengthen capacities, ownership and mutual accountability which is supported by the international community.

This cooperation came to light during the fifth Comprehensive Approach Workshop on the Horn of Africa organized on January 27th in Brussels by the European Union where EUCAP Nestor Acting Head of Mission Simonetta Silvestri and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Head of Global Maritime Crime Programme Alan Cole, presented a joint work plan for Somalia in 2016

The work plan which seeks to identify common end-state objectives for improved maritime security in Somalia unfolds within guidelines provided by the New Deal Compact for Somalia more so in the five priority areas for post-conflict transition (Peacebuilding and State-building Goals (PSGs); Inclusive Politics; Security; Justice; Economic Foundations; Services and revenue).

This was stated through a statement by EUCAP NESTOR a civilian EU mission, under the auspices of the Common Security and Defence Policy, which assists host countries in the Horn of Africa and Western Indian Ocean region in strengthening their capacity to ensure maritime security and in particular to fight piracy, titled EUCAP Nestor and UNODC strengthen cooperation in 2016

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