Close to Maliki: There is a sincere intentions to resolve disputes with Kuwait to get out of Chapter VII
Sumerian News / Baghdad , the leadership coalition of state law, Sami al-Askari, Tuesday, that there is a sincere intentions by Iraq and Kuwait to resolve their differences as a prelude to lift the country out of Chapter VII, as ruled out that the airline, which will open with Iraq Administrators Kuwaitis. Askari said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “Iraq and Kuwait have sincere intentions to resolve differences between them in preparation to remove Iraq from Chapter VII,” noting that… “Kuwaiti officials adults will come to Iraq in the middle of this month to complete the negotiations on outstanding issues between the two countries.” and ruled that the military ” dedicated line aviation Stfathh Kuwait with Iraq, Kuwaiti officials, “pointing out that” perhaps opens the line by Kuwaiti officials and then continue to provide services to people traveling to and from Kuwait. ” and declared the State of Kuwait, on Tuesday (April 3, 2012), its intention to re-opening line of flight with Baghdad in the coming days for the first time in more than 21 years, while considered this procedure the culmination of efforts between the two countries to strengthen relations. The Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah took part in the Arab summit conference held in Baghdad on 29 March 2012 after and described his visit as “historic” being the first to the Emir of Kuwait since the Iraqi occupation in August 1990. came visits by Kuwaiti officials prominent having seen the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations in the recent progress in relation to solving some outstanding problems, as the parties agreed during the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s recent of Kuwait on the fourteenth of the current month of March to end the issue of compensation for KAC and maintenance of border markers, as was agreed on the principles and common frameworks to resolve all the files, within the timelines short, with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, who accompanied al-Maliki during his visit that has been agreed upon is significant progress with respect to the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII. Iraq has been under since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations imposed after the invasion of the former regime of Saddam Hussein, the State of Kuwait in August of the same year, this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to large amounts of frozen assets of financial international banks for the payment of compensation to those affected by the invasion. In 1993, the UN Security Council issued Resolution No. 833 which provides for the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait, which has a length of 216 km, through the formation of an international commission to demarcate the border, which was rejected by the regime of President Saddam Hussein at first, but he returned and approved at the end of 1994 following international pressure.