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[PDF] Sterling Corporate Services re allegations in Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group report

Author: Stephen Heifetz, Steptoe (Counsel to Sterling Corporate Services), Published on: 31 July 2012

The report alleges numerous falsehoods with regard to Sterling Corporate Services (SCS)'s involvement in developing the Puntland Maritime Police Force (PMPF), a counter-piracy project in the Puntland State of Somalia. Many Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) allegations are not only false but outrageous and even vindictive...Other international groups have diverged sharply from the SEMG regarding the virtues of the PMPF...The SEMG report – as it concerns SCS, AAGI, and other PMPF-supporting entities – should be seen for what it is: a collection of unsubstantiated and often false innuendo assembled by a group with extreme views regarding participants in Somali politics. It does not reflect the reality on the ground, which is this: the PMPF initiative was transparent, responsive to UN Security Council resolutions, compliant with UN rules, and supported by national governments.

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