Gulf leaders emphasize respect for Iraq’s sovereignty

Gulf leaders emphasize respect for Iraq’s sovereignty and called for an inclusive political reconciliation

Tuesday, December 25 1 / December 2012 19:46

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Asked the Supreme Council of the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) the Iraqi government not to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, calling on all parties in Iraq to “achieve a comprehensive political reconciliation”.

The Supreme Council stressed in the final statement of the work of its the [33] which has been held in the Bahraini capital Manama, which was followed by the Secretary-General of the Cooperation Council Abdul Latif Al Zayani, and guaranteed on Iraq, “The Council reiterates its firm position towards Iraq and of respect for sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity and territorial integrity and non-interference in its internal affairs, “calling” other countries to follow the same approach. ”

He added, “The Council calls for the Iraqi government to build bridges of trust with neighboring countries on the basis of the principles of good neighborliness and non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries,” stressing the importance of the “make all parties in Iraq efforts to achieve political reconciliation lasting and comprehensive meet the aspirations of the Iraqi people to achieve security and stability and maintain its Arab and Islamic identity. ”

He added that “the Supreme Council of the leaders of GCC stresses again today on the need for Iraq to complete the implementation of all Security Council resolutions relevant international, including the completion of the issue of maintenance of border markers between Kuwait and Iraq in implementation of resolution [833], and calls to speed up the removal of abuses Iraqi that hinder maintenance of signs border between Kuwait and Iraq, and the completion of the issue of compensation Iraqi farmers to implement the resolution the UN said, and to identify the fate of the remaining prisoners and missing citizens of the State of Kuwait and other citizens of other countries, and the return of property and the National Archives of the State of Kuwait. ”

Zayani noted that “the Council in this context urges the United Nations and other relevant bodies to continue their valuable efforts to end these commitments.”

And launched on Monday in the Bahraini capital Manama, session of the 33 of the Supreme Council for the leaders of the Council of the Gulf Cooperation over two days, and which he discussed a number of Arab issues, notably the Palestinian issue and the latest developments in Syria and Yemen, Iraq and Egypt. Ended.