Iraq: 2013 will emerge from Chapter VII
Revealed the Foreign Relations Committee in the House of Representatives near the exit of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII, stressing that there are four remaining files are being settled with the Kuwaiti side, which in turn stressed its support for ridding Iraq of international sanctions, believing it to be certain.
A member of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Council Hassan Chuird in a statement to Page approaches strategy that be published (New Morning) next Sunday that «in 2013 will exit Iraq and permanently from the file of international sanctions», adding that «the four files left over with the Kuwaiti side which supports the border and the Missing and territorial waters, as well as airlines that have been resolved 80% of them and wait for the coming period curtain at all.
After the completion of dialogues with Kuwait, said a member Chuird that «the government will go by clicking on friendly countries like the United States and the European Union in order to vote on the exit of the country from Chapter VII and restore full sovereignty», warning Iraq’s survival in the jurisdiction of this chapter «which gives authority to the Security Council International lowered military forces in Iraq when there is a need for that.
In contrast the Kuwaiti ambassador in Baghdad to the insured in a statement to ‘New Morning’ his government’s keenness on Iraq would emerge from the threat of international sanctions.
And between the believer that «Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah announced on more than one occasion that the interests of Iraq to get rid of the Chapter VII of his country’s interest and there must be an end to all the files between the two countries.
And witnessed Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations in recent progress in relation to solving some outstanding problems, as the parties agreed during the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki last of Kuwait on the fourteenth of March last, to end the issue of compensation for airline Kuwaiti and maintenance of border markers, as agree on common foundations and frameworks to resolve all the files within short time scales, with the exception of Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, who accompanied Maliki on the trip to what has been agreed upon is significant progress with regard to the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII.
In another context, Kuwaiti source revealed early Friday that the Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior has allowed its citizens to travel to Iraq without a permit.
The news agency MENA news source as saying that «the Minister of Interior Sheikh Ahmed Hamoud issued a decree allowing Kuwaiti citizens wishing to travel to Iraq through the port land (Abdali) or by air via Kuwait airport without having to obtain a permit or permission to enter».
She added that according to the decision of the Kuwaiti citizen does not need when traveling to Iraq only to obtain a valid visa by the Iraqi embassy in Kuwait, as well as the presence of a valid passport.
She said this decision was implemented with effect from last Wednesday to facilitate the Kuwaiti citizens when traveling to Iraq without extraction permit to enter.