The Hague is expected to host next Monday the final trial 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.

The delegation of Equatorial Guinea, headed by the ambassador to the Netherlands Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, and also appointed as agent to the CIJ, as well as by the Minister for Justice, Juan Olo Mba, arrived today in The Hague to properly ensure the preparatory work relating to the last hearings of the case, after which a final verdict shall be issued.

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