We had already informed you earlier this week that next February 17 would begin in The Hague, Netherlands, the last session of the important case opposing Equatorial Guinea to France before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the highest judicial body of the United Nations.

This week, the team of international lawyers, headed by the Ambassador of our country to the Netherlands and the agentmandated by Equatorial Guinea before the Tribunal in The Hague, hold in Brussels various intense working sessions to optimize its strategy in order to close this last session of the trial, after which the final verdict will be announced. Yesterday, the meetings ended successfully, with the interventions and the strategy defined.

France | ICJ | International Justice

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