International summit on Somali war crimes held in Geneva
The Human Rights Organizations and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have held a meeting on Somali war crimes in Geneva, the capital city of Switzerland, officials told Shabelle on Sunday.
Ahmed Mohamed Ali known as (Kiimiko), one of the Somali Human Rights who attended the meeting said that the Human Rights Organizations and ICC heads are talking more about the conflicts and war crimes in Somalia and how the ICC would put on trial to the people committed war crimes in Somalia.
Somalia is not member of the countries signed the law of the International Criminal Court for punishing those who commit war crimes in their countries.
Mr. Kiimiko said that the members who attended the meeting welcomed greatly a letter from the UN especial representative for Somalia Mr. Ahmed Olad Abdallah which was stating to bring justice to those who were the mastermind of the war crimes in Somalia.
The meeting held in Geneva the capital city of Switzerland on the war crimes of Somalia comes as most of the International Human Rights Organizations mentioned earlier that there will be a time to punish those who behind war crimes in Somalia.