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ICJ announced Guyana and Venezuela open case hearing in a video conference

Storyline:Security, World

The International Criminal Court (ICJ) decided on Friday to open Guyana and Venezuela hearing case in a video conference in June this year with an open door.

The International Criminal Court (ICJ) has announced that on Tuesday, June 30, at 2 pm, the court will open its hearing at The Hague to separate the case of October 1899 between Guyana and Venezuela.

ICJ announced on May 19th this year that it had postponed a third case hearing on a maritime case between Somalia and Kenya to March 13, 2021.

The ICJ decision on Friday raised many questions on why Somalia and Kenya maritime case postponed blaming of COVID 19 pandemic restriction if any other case could be held in an open door?

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