Somalia wants team up with Kenya after court’s verdict
Somalia’s President says the ICJ’s decision on the boundary legal tussle with Kenya is a chance for the two nations to team up.
President Farmajo talked after the ICJ decided for Somalia giving it authority over a possibly rich space of the Indian Ocean.
“Kenya ought to rather consider the decision of the court as a chance to reinforce the relationship of our two nations and the cooperation of their adjoining individuals. Somalia didn’t decide to be a neighbor with Kenya, yet it was the willing of the all-powerful God so we are compelled to live as tranquil neighbors. Somalia was focused on that eternity and invites it presently”, said president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, known as Farmajo.
In the Somali capital, Mogadishu, the choice was welcomed with fulfillment by numerous individuals after a fight in court that went on for a very long time.
“It is a major cheerful day for all Somali individuals after ICJ decision on the Somalia-Kenya oceanic question. The case was in court for the beyond 7 years. Nonetheless, it’s verifiable triumph for us all”, pronounced Said Sheik Hussein, an inhabitant of Mogadishu.
Prior to the declaration of the court’s verdict, Kenya blamed the court for being one-sided, biased, partial and would not recognize its power.
Source : africaneditors.com
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