Horn Observer: Qatar is involved in smuggling wild animals from Somalia

Somalia Qatar Embassy in Mogadishu has been given permission to export 14 dik-diks to Qatar, Somali government said, in what many viewed the process "illegal and corrupt", the Horn Observer reported.

In a letter issued by Director General of the Ministry of Livestock, Forestry and Ranged permits the Qatar embassy to export 14 dik-diks from Mogadishu airport.

Many analysts and legal experts contended the move, saying that the ministry has no legal right to write such document that allows the export of wild animals. 

"Only head of the state can approve or permit when he is sending a gift to another head of state, but not the ministry” Abdullahi Mohamed, a law student in Mogadishu said.

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