The International Court of Justice will hold hearings in a case regarding Indian Spy Kulbhushan Jadhav in February next year.
The Hague-Based Court in a press statement announced that it will conduct hearings in the case from 18th February to 21st February 2019, at the peace palace in the Hague.
According to a schedule issued by the ICJ, India and Pakistan will present their oral arguments for three hours on 18th and 19th of February, in the first round of hearings.
In the second round, India will present its argument for 1.5 hours on 20th February while Pakistan will do the same on 21st February.
Jadhav, who is a Commissioned Officer in Indian Navy and was serving with Spy Agency research and analysis wing at the time of his arrest in Pakistan in March 2016.
The arrested Indian Spy confessed of fomenting terrorism inside Pakistan was later sentenced to death by a Military Court.