Hague (SD) – The Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) has announced that it will hear the conclusion of case of Somalia and Kenya tomorrow afternoon.
Deputy Prime Minister Mahdi Mohamed Guled says they will present at the conclusion of the trial in Somalia tomorrow.
The Kenyan government, meanwhile, has asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to be allowed to participate in the hearings on 18-19, days initially set a side for Kenya.
The court rejected Kenya’s new request, as the court had already announced that it was excepted Kenya’s withdrawal from the maritime case against Somalia.
The Court’s decision to reject Kenya’s request is a great opportunity for Somalia, and the lawyers representing it, because Kenya will not have the opportunity to present a winnable case.
The Deputy Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia Mahdi Mohamed Guled (Khadar) has confirmed that the hearings will be concluded tomorrow.
“The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will hear the outcome of our maritime dispute with Kenya tomorrow at 3:00 pm in The Hague,” he said in a statement posted on his Facebook page.
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