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Parliamentary Foreign welcomes visiting Kuwaiti Prime Minister upcoming


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Parliamentary Foreign welcomes visiting Kuwaiti Prime Minister upcoming



01/04/2013 09:33 ر


Welcomed the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, visited the upcoming Kuwaiti Prime Minister to Iraq to resolve the outstanding issues between the two countries.

This came against the backdrop of announcement by Prime Minister of Kuwait for readiness to visit Baghdad to meet with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to discuss bilateral relations. Member of the Foreign Relations Committee, Imad John Yako said in an interview for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," that "the visit of Prime Minister of Kuwait anticipated to Baghdad are the result of Diplomatic efforts by the Iraqi side to improve relations between the two countries and the response to the visits and delegations that went to Kuwait for resolving the outstanding issues between the parties. "

. The Prime Minister of Kuwait Jaber Al-Mubarak announced yesterday on readiness to visit Baghdad but awaiting an invitation the Iraqi side, pointing out that his visit to Iraq will yield for resolving all outstanding issues between the two countries, returned the upcoming meeting, which Sijmah counterpart Nuri al-Maliki and important Sasfi lot of things.

 He Yako hoped to open this visit new horizons for cooperation between the two countries, wishing to have the Kuwaiti side is serious in resolving the outstanding issues, especially with the files complex, noting that Iraq part made a lot of concessions and "await the day ماسوف provided the Kuwaiti side of to remove Iraq from Chapter VII. "In regard to the outstanding issues, between Yako" The border issue was resolved by agreements old was also compensate homeowners and remaining debt issue and the missing and the port of Mubarak, who is one of the important files which were reports submitted thereon of committees and ministries Foreign and transport contradictory, pointing out that the government did not arrive until now to know the extent of the damage that would befall Iraq as a result of the port of Mubarak.

 The Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah said earlier that Kuwait completed file the border with Iraq and was problematic compensate Iraqi farmers who have been affected by the maintenance of border markers between the two countries.

 Turning Yako to Chapter VII and the extent of negative and positive of this chapter, saying, "This is a chapter international agreement that places restrictions on countries that fall within Tailth, including the method of commerce and trade and transactions in many materials as we so far barred from importing a lot of materials such as lead and pencils and appliances Medical related to the lives of citizens, "noting that" to get rid of this chapter means opening horizons to open trade and a stronger economy.

 He MP: "As the reputation of Iraq would not be good at the international level just to stay under the jurisdiction of this chapter being mean that Iraq poses a threat to other countries," adding, "Today we started a new page and elections and a new government," noting that "the survival of Iraq under Chapter VII granted the authority of the Security Council to intervene in its affairs at any time. "

He Yako that "Iraq may get rid of a lot of this Chapter, including biological weapons and weapons of mass destruction leaving only issues related to Kuwait and that we are now in the process to close all its files and then return the country to Chapter VI, which means the return of Iraq natural to surroundings International. Part , counting a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, Rafi Abd al-Jabbar Noshi Kuwaiti Prime Minister's visit expected visit to Iraq blessed step, serious and in the interest of the two countries, considering that Kuwait is for Iraq Gulf Gate.

 According Noshi in an interview for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," "The Chapter VII linked Kuwait was left of the lift for Iraq only topic filter things with the Kuwaiti side," explaining that the files that are still stuck are border file and debts that are essentially programmed and pay by five percent of the Iraqi budget.
. He considered a member of the Committee the issue of borders and the port of Mubarak dilemmas are real and significant, ruling resolved once one visit, especially since resolution 833 Special limits unfairly against Iraq, and expressed the hope that this visit will be a step followed by other steps to resolve remaining outstanding issues between the two countries.

 It is noteworthy that the UN Security Council issued in 1993 Resolution No. 833 which provides for the demarcation of the border between Kuwait and Iraq, and the extended length of about 216 km, and led the implementation of resolution partially depending on the decisions of the Convention (tent Safwan) concluded in 1991 to deduct large swathes of Iraqi territory and annexed to Kuwaiti territory, has objected to many Iraqi officials after the fall of the former regime in 2003 to complete the procedures of land border demarcation between the two countries in accordance with Resolution No. 833, considering that the decision imposed on Iraq under international pressure in unusual circumstances.

 In terms of Chapter VII and its impact on Iraq, said Noshi "The theme of this chapter has nothing to do at all the subject of Kuwait, but said the United Nations linked this topic aspect Kuwait," saying this linkage is "double dealing UN with issues in the world, including where the issue of Iraq. "

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