Kenya has declared it is planning to file a protest at the UN Security Council against the ICJ decision to open maritime boundary case with Somalia, days after it turned down on attending the hearing proceedings.
Kenyan President Uhurru Kenyatta insisted on that the ICJ favored Somalia and added that it will lodge a protest at the UN Security Council over the maritime border row with Somalia.
Kenya cried foul over the presence of Abdulqawi Ahmed, a Somali national, who is one of the key judges in the case.
Somalia expressed its deep sorry over Kenya’s pullout from the maritime spat case.
The hearing proceedings of the maritime case dispute in Hague by the ICJ entered its third day while Somalia’s legal team have presented evidences amid Kenya’s absence.