DAKAR, Senegal – An European Union authority says Gambia’s new president affirms the West African nation will re-join the International Criminal Court, after the past pioneer started the formal procedure of withdrawal a year ago.
The EU official for universal participation and improvement, Neven Mimica, declared the advancement Thursday on Twitter subsequent to meeting new President Adama Barrow. “Phenomenal news,” Mimica said.
Gambia’s previous pioneer Yahya Jammeh formally told the U.N. secretary-general it would pull back from the ICC. Withdrawal comes a year after notice.
Gambia was one of three nations, including Burundi and South Africa, to start its withdrawal.
Jammeh entered oust a month ago after global weight to acknowledge his December race misfortune.
Likewise Thursday, Gambia said the order for a territorial compel that is securing the nation has been stretched out by three months.