Maritime row fuelled by 'business interests'

Somalia-Kenya maritime row fuelled by ‘business interests’
By AGGREY MUTAMBO

Kenya and Somalia’s maritime boundary case is an unfortunate dispute fuelled by “commercial interests” which could break down security cooperation, Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma has said.

In London on Thursday, Dr Juma said foreign entities interested in oil and natural gas are taking advantage of Somalia’s weaknesses, a circumstance she warned could force the region off focus in the fight against terror and sea piracy.

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Source: theeastafrican.co.ke

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