Talabani stresses to Ban Ki-moon Iraq meet its obligations
Talabani stresses to Ban Ki-moon Iraq meet its obligations towards the international commitments
12/07/2012 (23:00 pm)
Baghdad / term
President Jalal Talabani, on Thursday, that Iraq has met its obligations to the international commitments and returned to the international community, stressing the importance of the role of the international organization to help remove Iraq from under Chapter VII.
Talabani said in a statement issued by his office got long a copy of it, on the sidelines of a meeting with the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon in Baghdad, said that “Iraq fulfilled its obligations towards the international commitments has returned to the international community,” noting that “Iraq is playing a major role in maintaining security and peace in the region and has actively participated in international forums. ”
Talabani stressed “the importance of the role of the international organization to help remove Iraq from under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations”, praising “the efforts of the United Nations in support of the Iraqi people.”
And on the situation in Syria, Talabani said that “the Syrians in their second Iraq and treated well and with appreciation and pride.”
For his part, Secretary-General of the United Nations for optimism “to choose the language of dialogue and peace to resolve problems and disputes between the central government and the Kurdistan region.”
And reached the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon on Thursday (6 December 2012), to Baghdad on an official visit to discuss the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait, where he met with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, called Iraq the need to expedite the bridge differences with Kuwait, stressing that Chapter VII found to protect Iraq.
And seeks the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon during his visit to Baghdad to resolve the outstanding problems between Iraq and Kuwait, in preparation for output Baghdad fallout from Chapter VII.
Iraq has been under since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion regime of former President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, and this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, as well as freezing of large amounts of its assets financial in international banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion.
It is noteworthy that in Syria since (15 March 2011), began a protest movement broad popular lifting demands for reform and democracy and ended claim fall of the regime after encountered violently bloody unprecedented by Syrian security forces and what is known as the “Shabiha”, resulting in even today fall over on 42 thousand people, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, while outnumbered detainees in Syrian prisons against the backdrop of protests of the 25 thousand prisoners, according to the observatory, as well as hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced persons and missing, while accusing the Syrian authorities groups “terrorist” of being behind the violence.