The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has opened the biggest military training centre in Somalia, probably the biggest military training centre the country has ever had, to train military men that will be able to fight the insurgents in the country.
The joint NISA and AMISOM forces will have an even stronger backing of the military forces from the United Arab Emirates-funded military training centre which has been opened in the country’s capital, with the aim of building a brigade to protect the country.
There is no doubt the military training centre will boost the country’s security as well as the regional security and altogether win the battle against Somalia’s Harakat al-Shabaab Al-Mujahedeen that have in the recent past targeted Somalia’s capital and mainly government officials.
Somalia’s neighbours will also enjoy a moment of peace with the thwarting of the insurgents by the skilled army, products of Somalia’s new military training centre. The United Arab Emirates envoy was also planning on opening the United Arab Emirates Hospital in Somalia, which will provide free medical care to more than 300 patients a day.
The United Arab Emirates is an Arabian Peninsula nation in the Persian Gulf and whose capital is Abu Dhabi.
The majorly Muslim country has said that it will spare no effort to stand by the Somali people, who have been enduring the scourge of civil war and terrorism for mainly from Harakat al-Shabaab Al-Mujahedeen for more than two decades now.