Skinner: We seek to ensure the lifting of sanctions on Iraq in the UN Security Council

Skinner: We seek to convert the outstanding issues with Kuwait to bilateral agreements in order to ensure the lifting of sanctions on Iraq in the UN Security Council

Published 13/11/2012 11:49 AM

BAGHDAD – “arenas of Liberation” The
Iraqi government suspended its hopes on the visit of Prime Minister of Kuwait to Baghdad early next month to resolve the outstanding issues between the two countries, in preparation for the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII of the UN Charter.

Maliki and the Emir of Kuwait earlier

He spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said: “We are looking forward to the visit of Prime Minister Alkwyata of Iraq to put an end to file compensation archive missing, and we believe the possibility of conversion to bilateral agreements, then we go to the Security Council to lift the sanctions on Iraq.”
political analyst Ahmed Sharifi pointed out the importance of developing relations between two countries and expressed his belief the possibility of Iraq to get U.S. support to get out of Chapter VII: “We must put relations between the two countries on the right track on the grounds that tension must not continue and introductions to improve the relationship win U.S. President a second term which takes moderation and rapprochement between nations conflicting in the region, and this will be an incentive in relation to the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII. ”
and announced, media adviser to Prime Minister Ali al-Moussawi that the Prime Minister of Kuwait Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah will visit Baghdad soon, while media sources said Kuwaiti that time will be early next month.