Kuwait have indicated their willingness to provide assistance to Iraq to get out of chapter VII

Kuwait have indicated their willingness to provide assistance to Iraq to get out of the seventh item on the subjects of the remains of prisoners of war and Kuwaiti property

Monday, December 17, 1 / December 2012 14:22

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Kuwait expressed its readiness to provide assistance to the Iraqi side on the subjects of the remains of prisoners of war and Kuwaiti property to remove Iraq from Chapter VII.

The Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah said in a speech on the sidelines of a ceremony Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain anniversary 41 years on the independence of the kingdom, “according Kuwait flexible to help Iraq out of Chapter VII and its readiness to provide any assistance to the Iraqi side to complete the objective remains of Kuwaiti prisoners and property Kuwait to accelerate the closure of this file. ”

“The flexibility of Kuwait to remove Iraq from Chapter VII was in demand from the United Nations to expand the functions its mission to help Iraq [UNAMI] to include search for Kuwaiti property and the remains of the prisoners, which was confirmed by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in more than one occasion.”

He explained that “Iraq met a lot of its international obligations, leaving them little again confirmed that Kuwait are fully prepared to provide any assistance to Iraq in the subject remains of Kuwaitis and others, or the archives and Kuwaiti property and provide any information to speed the completion of this file.”

On a date to visit the Prime Minister Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah to Iraq said that Kuwait and Iraq are seeking to prepare ten agreements between the two countries in various fields and areas.

He added, “When these agreements became ready it will the Prime Minister a return visit by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Kuwait last March.

Sabah said that “the meeting of the Joint Committee between the two countries, scheduled in the first quarter of next year and the ongoing preparations related to what has been agreed upon at the first meeting of the committee last April. Ended

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