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India and Pakistan brace for Kulbhushan verdict in ICJ

DNMUM439147 | 7/12/2019 | Author : Sidhant Siball & Anas Mallick | WC :400 | India

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New Delhi/Islamabad: Both India and Pakistan are bracing for the verdict on Kulbhushan Jhadav’s case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) next week on July 17.
Both countries are sending their teams for the verdict, which will be announced at 6.30 pm IST next week.
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, “We will have to wait till July 17. It is not proper to speculate. A team is going to represent the Government of India.”
The final oral hearing on the case happened from February 18 to 21 at the world court when India and Pakistan presented their arguments.
The spokesperson of Pakistani Foreign Ministry Faisal Mohammed said, “We cannot prejudge the verdict. However, we are prepare
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