Zebari: Relationship with UN saw a qualitative change, Still seeking release from CH VII
Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Wednesday, that the relationship between Iraq and the United Nations saw a qualitative change based on mutual respect, while noting the country benefit from the expertise of the international organization in reconstruction projects in the country.
Zebari said in a statement on the sidelines of a speech during his participation in the celebration of United Nations Day in the presence of President of the UN mission (UNAMI) Martin Kobler in Baghdad that “the relationship between Iraq and the United Nations saw a qualitative change based on mutual respect and benefit from the experiences of the United Nations and its bodies in projects re- reconstruction of Iraq, “adding that” Iraq is proud to be one of the founders of this organization. “
Iraq had signed the Charter of the United Nations since it was founded in 1945 represented then Foreign Minister Mohamed Fadel aesthetic within fifty countries Foundation, FAO has launched an international call in 1995 to attend the ceremony remote foundation session for being User only site that was then alive, has refused to attend Concert honored in New York to protest the economic blockade, which was imposed on Iraq, and the word request to read at the ceremony, and in which he said, he regretted to come to the celebration organization had hoped when signing the charter they would contribute to help people and not to impose the embargo on them, has died in 1997 after long years ended in teaching Paljamaa in Tunisia.
Zebari pointed out that “Iraq is seeking to get out of the penalty provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations through Ivaúh its international obligations in this regard and the signing of a number of international laws and treaties.”
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.