PA foreign minister says he’s planning to go to The Hague to meet with ICC chief prosecutor

Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riad al-Maliki announces he is planning a trip to The Hague to meet with the International Criminal Court’s Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda.

In an interview with Palestine TV, the official PA mouthpiece, al-Maliki says the discussions will center around the technicalities of the ICC’s investigation into war crimes in the West Bank and Gaza and how and when Palestine is to present its case.

“We are now in the stage of evaluating matters and developing an integrated plan of action, developing a complete strategy for how to work with the court,” al-Maliki says.

Al-Maliki says a date for the visit has not yet been set.

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