Baghdad is demanding a formal move to Chapter VI

Baghdad is demanding a formal move to Chapter VI

12/11/2012 12:00 am

Mubarak: We support lifting of international sanctions on Iraq
BAGHDAD – morning
demanded Baghdad officially move to Chapter VI of the Charter of the United Nations after the fulfillment of all obligations. comes at a time announced the Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah his government was ready to help Iraq out of Chapter VII.
said blessed in a press statement to “forward towards positive steps concrete during his upcoming visit to the Republic of Iraq brother especially with regard to domain Economic and closure of outstanding issues,” explaining that “no guilt for our future generations acts and crimes committed by the regime bloody earlier at an earlier stage we seek to overcome.” He expressed blessed “willingness to cooperate the new government in all that would remove Iraq from Chapter VII according frameworks diplomacy and international resolutions issued by the UN”, estimated at the same time “efforts by the Iraqi government to cooperate in order to achieve this goal.” And revealed the Kuwaiti Prime Minister for “Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network,” the week before last, went Iraq and Kuwait to sign bilateral agreements task between the two countries this month, saying: “I have visited Iraq this month, and will send the visit an important message that that Kuwait did not have any problems with the Iraqi people but was with the former regime has gone, “he” should forget the past and embark on a wide space, and our duty to forget the past and look to the future, and there is no other way but to join forces between the two countries and the two peoples brothers. “is due to be holding talks” significant “between Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and blessed.
expected that yielded the talks between the two sides for closing files stuck years ago, paving to remove Iraq from Chapter VII. in the meantime, he met Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari in the headquarters of the ministry ambassadors of the five permanent members of the Security Council accredited Iraq. reviewed Zebari Iraq’s efforts and support council members out of the provisions of Chapter VII in the areas of disarmament, weapons of mass destruction and the penal system and the siege and oil for food program, as foreign minister stressed that the rest of the international resolutions concerning the situation between Iraq and Kuwait. called ambassadors of the five permanent members to support Iraq’s request to get out of the provisions of Chapter VII for the termination of the mandate of the Special Coordinator for missing Kuwaiti property and transfer the file of Chapter VII to Chapter VI.

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