G7: Food Security Crisis Could Push Poorer Nations Into China’s Arms
Somali government imposes new restrictions in light of Covid-19 spike including the suspending of public gatherings for two weeks.
MOGADISHU, Somalia - The Somali government ordered the closure of schools and universities both public and privates for two weeks calling everyone to abide by the law by wearing face masks when staying in public.
Government offices will be closed temporarily and civil workers will be working at home, except for those who provide necessary services.
No gatherings and events will be allowed by any means for 30 days.
Western leaders are under pressure to unite other countries behind their opposition to Russia's war in Ukraine, while Moscow is eager to blame Western sanctions for the worsening food crisis.