The United Nations Security Council committee will next week discuss the possible action that will be taken on countries that were implicated in breaking the arms embargo on Somalia.
An advance copy of the report, released on Tuesday week laid out the most comprehensive picture yet of disparate foreign interests pouring arms, ammunition, money, and other supplies to Somalia's interim government despite a U.N. arms embargo.
The report cites Uganda as one of the 10 countries which supported either the interim government or the radical Islamic militia, which now controls the capital Mogadishu and much of southern Somalia. The other countries are Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iran, Libya, Saudi Arabia and Syria, Ethiopia, and Yemen.
The United Nations security Committee, will also discuss the possible actions to stem the tide of weapons pouring into the unstable and chaotic Horn of Africa nation, of Somalia.
The UN experts recommended the Security Council to enact a land, sea and air blockade on Somalia and freeze the assets of Somali businesses linked to weapons violations.
They have also urged high-level diplomatic pressure to stop the states involved from shipping more weapons.