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Posted 04 January 2012 - 07:50 AM
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Posted 04 January 2012 - 09:34 AM
Wednesday, 04 December / 2 January 2012 18:01
[Baghdad - where]
Discussed the parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee with the Deputy Foreign Minister Mohammed Hajj Hamoud issue out of Iraq from Chapter VII and the implications and side effects that may leave the survival of Iraq.
A statement of the Commission received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Wednesday that "the Committee discussed during the meeting which was chaired by Hamoudi with Hamoud concepts emerge from Chapter VII Is it the interest of Iraq to resolve the obligations of exit from the deal and one to the other issues, including the draft Law on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the relationship with the ministry at the beginning of the new year. "
He added that "the protection of Iraqi funds and rescheduling of debt owed by Iraq were also subjects of discussion in addition to discussing the ratification of the Additional Protocol to the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement and the fulfillment of the obligations of Iraq's international and diplomatic move, legal internationally wider to end the commitments of the past endured by Iraq because of the policies of Saddam's regime."
The statement noted that "the Foreign Relations Committee, thanked the Foreign Ministry to change the deal with the committee also revealed some positive members of the committee for the new phase of the relationship between the Commission and the Ministry based in Iraq's interest first and keep dealing for personalization and sensitivity."
By the last statement stressed that "the Foreign Relations Committee will host the next Saturday the technical team headed by Dr. Thamer Ghadban to discuss the report of the delegation, which visited the port of Kuwait on Mubarak." Ended.
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