Kenya’s New Demand for Somalia’s maritime Case

Nairobi(SD)-Kenya’s Daily Nation reports that the Kenyan government has formally demanded the suspension of a maritime case in Somalia, which is scheduled for next Monday.

The Kenyan government excuse for the request is their need to hire a new group of defense lawyers, so it needs more time.

The Kenyan government said that from September 9 to 13, they could not go to the court under these circumstances.

The Kenyan government recently demanded that the second phase of the maritime case be removed from Abdiqwi Ahmed Yusuf, a Somali national.

Somalia wants the sea border to be directly parallel to the land border, while Kenya wants to divert it.

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