The more involvement by the international community, the better. Lack of interest and concern has run its course, especially these last few years.
The European Union is expected to endorse plans to send troops to help train up to 2,000 Somali troops, according to an EU official.
Under the plan, up to 200 EU troops will train Somali military personnel in Uganda in a bid to broaden engagement in the crisis-hit state.
The move comes on the heels of a request by the Somali government to help build a 6,000-strong police force.
Somalia has been gripped by fierce fighting since 2007 and the country has not had a strong central government since 1991.
More than 1.5 million people have been uprooted by the fighting which has claimed nearly 20,000 lives.
Western countries have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars to help the country develop its security forces and help restore order.
The EU is also running an anti-piracy mission in the water of the Gulf of Aden in a bid to clamp down on the number of attacks made by pirates over the last year.
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Back ground info on the EU Atalanta mission.
Operation Commander of EUNAVFOR Atalanta Rear-Admiral Philip CNN interview.