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Kuwait Holds A Responsibility Not To Get Out Of Iraq From Chapter V


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Kuwait Holds A Responsibility Not To Get Out Of Iraq From Chapter VII

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 10:32

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Karbala: network Akhbaralarac - Download Kuwaiti diplomat Iraq's responsibility not to get out of Chapter VII, said the Kuwaiti ambassador in Baghdad to the insured that "the file out of Iraq subject to international sanctions listed in Chapter VII UN Security Council is subject to the effort of Iraq and redouble its efforts during the negotiations" . and criticized the Kuwaiti ambassador to Baghdad, "slow the Iraqi side in dealing with this issue and resolve it.

He explained that the Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Sabah will visit Baghdad in the last quarter of this year to follow up what has been installed in the work of the Joint Committee between the two countries. Said the Kuwaiti ambassador to Baghdad, to the insured during a press conference held in the building of the province of Karbala, which arrived Monday afternoon at the head of delegation media Kuwaiti "The two sides came out of the meeting in a positive spirit and agreed on a number of important points that are part of the differences, including a delineation of the common border between the two countries, which has been agreed that a delegation from the United Nations in October of next year to work on the demarcation of the border and maintenance of border points. " "Adding" the importance of Iraq for Kuwait in terms of its location in the region and its political weight, economic and meeting. "Regarding the visit of the Kuwaiti delegation to Karbala revealed the insured for" a planned visit by the delegation of a 60-person business Alkwytin mid-May next to discuss investment opportunities in the religious tourism in Karbala "noting that" the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the local government in the province on investment in tourism, religious http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=ar&tl=en&u=http://www.aliraqnews.com/index.php%3Foption%3Dcom_content%26view%3Darticle%26id%3D38061:2012-05-01-07-51-05%26catid%3D13:politics%26Itemid%3D26&usg=ALkJrhjvV--TiP2vWE2M80KA8VLkqzbMqg

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Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Sabah will visit Baghdad in the last quarter of this year to follow up what has been installed in the work of the Joint Committee between the two countries.

Read more: Last quarter of this year???????????????

including a delineation of the common border between the two countries, which has been agreed that a delegation from the United Nations in October of next year

Read more: October of next year- 2013?????????????????????????

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Good morning yota! :D

I want to post some articles coming out of Kuwait about the meetings.

http://www.arabtimes...73/Default.aspx

http://www.arabtimes...54/Default.aspx

These articles sound more like the subject is several issues that aren't only about with the UN Sanctions, but more about new waterways, and new port that will be located in Kuwaiti waters. Not about the usual lost bodies and artifacts. Not syaing it isn't important stuff but different than the items listed as result of the 1999 invasion by the former regime. ;) imho :rolleyes:

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These articles sound more like the subject is several issues that aren't only about with the UN Sanctions, but more about new waterways, and new port that will be located in Kuwaiti waters. Not about the usual lost bodies and artifacts. Not syaing it isn't important stuff but different than the items listed as result of the 1999 invasion by the former regime. ;) imho :rolleyes:

I am sure Kuwait and Iraq's main focus is the waterways and new port. Rules have to be very clear.

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These articles sound more like the subject is several issues that aren't only about with the UN Sanctions, but more about new waterways, and new port that will be located in Kuwaiti waters. Not about the usual lost bodies and artifacts. Not syaing it isn't important stuff but different than the items listed as result of the 1999 invasion by the former regime. ;) imho :rolleyes:

The waterways and port are part of the border demarcation which is under CH7, and must be fulfilled to Kuwait and the UNSC's satisfaction....Iraq always moves at a snail's pace on anything...Hope they get all this done by year's end, but not holding my breath.

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