Foreign parliament: we seek to emerge from all the chapters of the Charter of the United Nations after the fulfillment of all obligations
revealed the Foreign Relations Committee parliamentary close out of Iraq from Chapter VII-VI of the UN Charter, stressing the need to get out of all classes after fulfilling the country all its obligations.
The committee member Imad John Yako in a statement the “Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network,” that “what we aspire is to remove Iraq from all chapters of the UN Charter and returning to normal to before the year 1991,” calling to speed up the drive Iraq out of Chapter Seventh and get rid of the international obligations all.
also announced Yako for guiding the United Nations to remove Iraq from Chapter VII down to Chapter VI, considering it “a positive step and important ease what burden on Iraq files.”
said committee member “What exists in reality is that the international community is dealing with the files and the rest of them and cases brought against Iraq by Kuwait and others. “
The U.S. ambassador to Iraq, Stephen Beecroft said in an interview earlier to him: “The United States worked very hard behind the scenes with Iraq and Kuwait for the settlement in the the differences between them, “noting that” our office at the United Nations is working to end the requirements of Chapter VII. “
For its part, said Committee member Rep. Nada Jubouri told the “Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network”: that “Iraq has fulfilled all its international obligations,” noting that “the reasons that put Iraq under Chapter VII may still.”
said Jubouri that “as stipulated in the strategic framework agreement that return Iraq to the periphery, and to be strong and neutral at the level of the international community”, criticizing at the same time transfer penalties to Chapter VI .
and followed Committee member: “Iraq has passed the era of unfair started from economic sanctions to end and put it under Chapter VII also passes through the last ten years conflicts different are all affected in the development of Iraq to the international community outside, in addition to the survival of Iraq shackled political conflicts and disputes ongoing and whenever there is a weft internal and political stability whenever reflected on Iraq’s foreign policy and take it round the actual correct, “adding that” there are no reasons for the survival of Iraq under Chapter VII, especially given that the country has met its international obligations to the international community and said freedom from all possessions of debt and others.
saw Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations in recent progress in relation to resolve the outstanding problems, as the parties agreed during the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki last of Kuwait in March 2012, to end the issue of compensation for airline Kuwaiti and maintenance of border markers, as was agreed on the basis of and common frameworks to solve all the files within short time scales, with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, who accompanied Maliki on the trip to what has been agreed upon is significant progress in relation to the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII.