Maliki declares “major development” to relations with Kuwait and the United Nations “comfortable”
Announced by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, for “significant development” in relations between his country and Kuwait, the United Nations expressed its satisfaction about it.
Maliki’s statement came on the sidelines of a meeting with the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler, in his office in the capital Baghdad.
A statement issued by the Information Office of the owners reportedly for “Twilight News” The two sides also discussed the “current events in the region and their impact on the internal situation.”
The statement quoted Maliki as saying that “Iraq in the past to develop its relations with all countries of the region, especially with the State of Kuwait with whom relations have been a great development.”
In contrast Kubler expressed the readiness of the United Nations to support Iraq’s efforts in promoting the trend of moderation in the region and promote dialogue and move the region about the dangers of regional interventions.
He expressed satisfaction with the development in the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations file, according to the statement quoted.