The Kuwaiti Prime Minister will visit Iraq soon “to discuss differences and past

The Kuwaiti Prime Minister will visit Iraq soon “to discuss differences and past


the Foreign Relations Committee of the Iraqi Parliament’s intention of Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Sabah to visit Baghdad next month, adding that ” debt cancellation and eject Iraq from Chapter VII highlights the files with him».

Anticipating «stream» visit Sadr sent a delegation to assess the impact of the technical demarcation of the border on the Iraqi soil. A member of the Foreign Relations Committee leadership in “the State of law Coalition» MP Sami military «life» that «the visit was supposed to be before the local elections but apparently circumstances prevented».

The military did not disclose the type of conditions but an armed group calling itself Jamaat Izzat Douri, threatened earlier b «targeting the aircraft reduced the Kuwaiti Prime Minister.

The military said that an invitation would be sent to the Kuwaiti Premier is welcome at any time, adding that “the talks will include ending the files between the two countries especially in the case of the missing archives. We hope that the development of these files, visit the Sheikh Jaber Sabah».

He noted that “the Kuwaiti side expressed a desire to visit Iraq to turn the page on the past”.

He said that Kuwait’s support for Iraq from Chapter VII cancellation of Iraq’s debt and investments will be the most important topics to be discussed during the visit. Iraq remains under international trusteeship after placing it under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations because of the attribution of the previous regime Kuwait in August 1990, and the international resolutions that Iraq pay 5 percent of its oil exports to Kuwait.

So, «stream» chest, led by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on Thursday to send a delegation to the substantive and technical judicial «wesvwan» from Umm Qasr to Basra (490 kilometers) South of Baghdad “to assess the process of demarcation after receiving chest complaints from citizens of the excesses of the Kuwaiti land».

Thousands of residents of Umm Qasr wesvwan Court protesting the demolition of their homes and displacement “of them, saying that” these lands privately owned them and their families and no one granted to any State or any hand».