The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – This week Nicaragua’s president Daniel Ortega proposed that Colombia and Costa Rica sign treaties to find a solution to diplomatic differences resulting from decisions of the International Court of Justice or from claims that have been filed in the high court regarding territorial disputes.
Ortega proposed that committees made up of representatives of the countries involved must be formed in order to achieve the verdict of La Haya Court by signing a treaty. This treaty would include issues related to patroling of areas, coadministration of the Seaflower Reserve and permits for industrial and artisanal fisheries in the Caribbean.
“We must come to a negotiation for us to agree on how the ruling fully applies, settling matters through a treaty, which is needed to guarantee the fulfillment of La Haya verdict,” Ortega said during the 34th anniversary of Nicaragua´s Army.
The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
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