The self-declared Somaliland government has threatened to take the case to the International Criminal Court (ICJ), ‘to seek the legal recognition cause,’ President Muse Bihi says.

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The self-declared Somaliland government has threatened to take the case to the International Criminal Court (ICJ), with President Muse Bihi speaking in public. Mr. Bihi told the public that they would take action if the talks between them and the federal government of Somalia were not resolved. In 1991, the government claimed to have been cut off from the rest of Somalia, which are still on track to gain independence in the world and in particular to identify countries which are not part of Somalia.

Bihi believes that Somaliland and Somalia can only talk as neighbors and the interests of the two countries, and it will eliminate the possibility of Somaliland reuniting with the rest of Somalia.It was recently when Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed brought Addis Ababa to the heads of the two countries, but no results have been reported yet.



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