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The United Nations calls for the oil and gas Act legislation

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The United Nations calls for the oil and gas Act legislation

 

 

 

15-04-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)- comment.PNG add a comment - The United Nations called for the ratification of the law of natural wealth and resources, the oil and gas law in Iraq, emphasized the need for solving the problem of Kirkuk, according to the Constitution.
 

Deputy Chairman of the Department of Foreign Affairs in the Cabinet of the Kurdistan Regional Government Dindar Zebari, told reporters that the United Nations formally recognized the problems existing between Kurdistan and Baghdad, and called for appropriate solutions, stressing that the United Nations demands are consistent with the policy of the Kurdish leadership in the region.
 

Zebari said in a statement, the Iraqi situation from the perspective of the United Nations, said: as the recent report of the United Nations Security Council in New York requested the return to dialogue as soon as possible with the territory with a view to addressing the problems of the Kurdish regions outside the territory and try to address them through the table discussions.
 

Zebari stressed that the United Nations consider the importance of a dialogue between the peshmerga and the Ministry of defence ministries in the Federal Government, to address the problem of insecurity in those areas, noting it confirmed that there must be a direct dialogue with the peshmerga Ministry, stressing that the message of the United Nations and the Security Council a clear recognition that the peshmerga Ministry, Iraqi security institution.
 

Zebari told reporters that the United Nations confirmed in March last year that the ratification as soon as possible on the natural resources Act oil and gas Act by the House of importance, this is also considered the problems in Iraq must find solutions as quickly as possible.
 

And in another statement highlighted axis Zebari highlighted the Kirkuk issue by the United Nations and the Security Council and the United Nations recognized that Kirkuk moot point between Kurds and Arabs, and that must be addressed by the Constitution and the demands of the Kurdish leadership, noting that the United Nations and the Security Council are pushing through this report to the Federal Government in Baghdad to address the problem of Kirkuk.
 

Zebari said: the recent decision of the Security Council, demanding of Iraq in taking into account the consensual system with all components and that Iraq should adopt consensual democratic system and that this very important point talking about the United Nations.

 

 

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Beat them into submission!

:bravo:    . . . but will they listen ? Will they do it ? DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Does anyone really listen to the UN anymore though?

I certainly hope Iraq listens to the UN, if they want to get out of Chapter 7!  Maybe this is a back door way to get the Dinar revalued!

We can only hope!

 

Go RV or RI Soon!!!! :twocents:

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I certainly hope Iraq listens to the UN, if they want to get out of Chapter 7!  Maybe this is a back door way to get the Dinar revalued!

We can only hope!

 

Go RV or RI Soon!!!! :twocents:

I third that motion. Come on Iraq hook a brother up. I want to buy a new pair of shoes. These slip-ons do not fit me any more.

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