Kuwait supports Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII
Baghdad: Kuwait supports Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII and stop the lawsuit on the Iraqi Airways has nothing to do with the provisions of section
Published on Tuesday, 23 October 1 / Okrudolf 2012 13:57
BAGHDAD / obelisk: said government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh, Tuesday, The stated position of the Kuwaiti government is its support for Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII, noting that approval of Kuwait to settle compensation Kuwait Airways and communicated her lawyer in Britain to halt all proceedings against property Iraq had nothing to do with the provisions of Chapter VII.
Dabbagh said the “obelisk”, “The approval of Kuwait to settle compensation Kuwait Airways and communicated her lawyer in Britain to halt all proceedings against property Iraqi good gesture unrelated provisions of Chapter VII,” noting that it “will open the door to the steps that hinder implementation that have been agreed during the recent visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Kuwait. ”
Dabbagh said that “compensation and archive files and missing key issues, namely civil lawsuits, not by the course of Chapter VII,” pointing out that “the stated position of the Kuwaiti government as a supporting Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII.”
The spokesman stressed the Iraqi government to “file out of Iraq requires to take practical measures for bilateral understanding between Iraq and Kuwait and go to the Security Council and the UN to اخبارهما agreement between the two countries and the transfer of bilateral issues.”
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced on Tuesday the 23 of October, the approval of the Kuwaiti counterpart to settle the issue of compensation Kuwait Airways, confirmed it had been informed her lawyer in Britain to stop all lawsuits against airlines and property in Iraq.
Noteworthy that Iraq is subject since 1990 with the provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of the former regime of President of Kuwait in August of the same year.
Noteworthy that Chapter VII allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to freezing large amounts of its assets in the financial world banks to pay compensation to those affected by the occupation.