(KDRTV)-Somalia has won against Kenya in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over the postponement of the maritime border case.
The court dismissed Kenya`s request to have the case postponed
The ICJ on Sartuday that the case over the controversial Indian Ocean coastline is heard from March 15 as planned before.
The court that sits at The Hague, Netherlands thus asked thee parties to ready their submissions; the court has the mandate to solve border conflicts
The Opposition leader of Somalia Abdirahman AbdiShakur Warsame who is also the leader of Wadajir party welcomed the ruling by ICJ.
According to Warsame, the ruling will end the persistent blame that the opposition was thwarting the commencement of the critical case at The Hague.
However, he sounded a word of warning that the outgoing government should desist from using issues of national interests for political gain.
He said that his sentiment has been evident in the maritime border dispute between Kenya and Somalia which has dragged for the last two years after Nairobi raised several issues.
KDRTV understands that the border dispute between Kenya and Somalia made the two countries to severe their diplomatic relationship.
Somalia had also complained that the Kenyan soldiers who are part of AMISON troops in Somalia had engaged in illegal businesses.
KDRTV understands that Kenya in 2019 managed to postpone the case twice and once in 2020.
In the latest application, Kenya argued that it has lost the map it was to present as evidence as raising questions about Covid-19 pandemics.
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