A diplomatic tiff between Kenya and Somalia that has lasted for decades over a maritime borderline in the Indian Ocean seems to be far from over even after a ruling on the matter was on Tuesday, October 12 made by the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
President Kenyatta additionally said that the decision was just adding salt to a current injury as it would enormously add to precariousness in Kenya.
He said that the decision was poorly planned and would influence the political and social steadiness of the two nations.
As per him, the body of evidence straightforwardly preferred one country against the other and this could undoubtedly prompt instability issues in the district.
It is important that Kenya assumes a major part in AMISOM which has seen security and soundness reestablished in Somalia which was generally influenced by Al Shabaab aggressors.
President Kenyatta said that the nation will utilize different means to guarantee that the matter is agreed to for the last time.
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