ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda on Monday accused the Kenyan government of delays in submitting important information that the court requires in the cases against four Kenyans.
Addressing the media in Nairobi, she said the court was concerned at the reluctance by the government in handing over information she described as confidential and important in the ICC process.
Bensouda further told the media that the she would discuss with the government cooperation matters that will also include the protection of victims and witnesses, which she described as worrying.
"One of the reasons for my coming is to discuss cooperation between the ICC and Kenya but also regarding the victims and witnesses and to ensure that adequate protection is given to them," she said.
Bensouda maintained that the court will go on with its judicial calendar which is not subject to the Kenyan political process and it is up to Kenyans to elect leaders of their choice.
However she said no one is immune to the process which is targeting at bringing justice to victims of the 2008 post-election violence.