Iraq signed six agreements with Kuwait
Iraq signed six agreements with Kuwait
Palm – The Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, on Wednesday, the signing of six agreements with Kuwait in all fields, while stressing that Iraq has fulfilled all its obligations incurred by him in Chapter VII with Kuwait and will move to Chapter VI, said Kuwaiti Foreign Minister said his country would be the United Nations the need to exit Iraq from Chapter VII.
He said Hoshyar Zebari during a joint press conference with Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah building and the Foreign Ministry in Baghdad said the Iraqi government signed during the visit of the Kuwaiti delegation headed by Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah and his accompanying delegation, today, six memoranda of understanding and agreements between the two countries, including a memorandum Understanding between the two institutes diplomats of Iraq and Kuwait, and a memorandum of understanding on the executive program in the cultural affairs of the cultural relations between the two countries, and an agreement in the field of environment, the Convention in the field of higher education and scientific research, and the Convention in the field of air transport services, and the Convention on Economic and Technical Cooperation.
He added Zebari said Iraq and Kuwait had made progress large and formidable in the course of their relations especially through the fulfillment of Iraq, a majority or all of its obligations incurred by him through the provisions of Chapter VII, which ruled the relationship between Iraq and Kuwait after the invasion of Kuwait by Saddam’s regime last, “stressing that” we have reached to impressive results rid of this responsibility on Iraq.
He Zebari said today’s meeting was to plan and look to the future outside the framework of Chapter VII and binding decisions via normal relations between the two countries to achieve a true partnership of economic and trade between the two countries, pointing out that the two sides traded a set of ideas about how to develop economic and trade cooperation and investment between the two countries, and agreed on a set of the next steps to consolidate popular relations between Iraq and Kuwait through the promotion of relations between universities and academics, parliamentarians, athletes and delegations folk art and heritage.
The Zebari said “the Permanent Representative of the State of Kuwait and the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Iraq Sivhban together to deliver the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Security Council messages about Iraq’s implementation of its obligations out of the provisions of Chapter VII, this progress came after the effort and talks art tortuous and thorny,” adding that “the cooperation of the parties The sincerity and the joint will made a lot of outstanding issues, particularly the drafting of border markers that أنجزناها entirely Kuwaiti prisoners and missing Kuwaitis and Kuwaiti property. ”
Zebari pointed out that “the Security Council issued a resolution which will transfer a file internationally Iraq of the provisions of Chapter VII to Chapter VI,” revealing “The presence of international support for the two countries in order to close all these files and look forward to a prosperous and bright future between the two countries.”
For his part, Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sabah Khaled Al-Sabah, in a speech at the conference, said, “This visit comes in complement to the high-level visits between the two countries in the past year and the first half of this year 2013,” and expressed his hope that “complemented by a more high-level visits between the officials of the two countries. ”
He Sabah expressed his happiness “transfer phase exceeded the outstanding issues between the two countries to future cooperation better, it has accomplished in the visit of Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, in the 27 of last May, the State of Kuwait that is required as a state of Kuwait and the Republic of Iraq on the obligations under resolution 833 and signed the agreement to form a committee for the physical maintenance of frontiers. ”
He said Kuwaiti Foreign Minister “We in Kuwait would be very glad the exit of our brothers in Iraq from Chapter VII, until Iraq becomes loose from all restrictions, and it becomes a fundamental pillar in the growth and prosperity of this region, which has suffered a lot,” stressing that “Iraq from the big and influential in our region The basic foundation in security and stability. ”
He said the morning that “Kuwait and the Republic of Iraq Tfahmua to fully transfer the responsibility for tracking the remains of Kuwaiti prisoners and the National Archives of the Kuwaiti Special Representative under Chapter VII to the UN mission in Iraq under Chapter VI, and this has been communicated to the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the Security Council and Secretary-General will his report to the Security Council in the middle of this month and will be discussed in the Security Council later this month this subject, so that Iraq has fulfilled its obligations under the resolutions of the Security Council under Chapter VII. ”
He said Kuwaiti Foreign Minister that “this visit inaugurates a new start for cooperation between the two countries are keen to be intense between the two countries and support the continuation of the relationship and filed and تعضيدها all these elements that represent the success of the relationship between the two brotherly countries and their peoples.”
The Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, arrived on Wednesday, to Baghdad on an official visit last for one day was scheduled in the month of May last year but it was postponed for technical reasons, and was greeted by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki باستقباله at Baghdad International Airport. signed both Iraq and Kuwait (May 28, 2013) memoranda of understanding concerning the arrangements for maintenance of the physical-border joint and finance the construction of a residential complex in Umm Qasr, indicating that the Kuwaiti side expressed its readiness to help Iraq out of the provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations. was the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in (the 26th of May 2013), signed by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari with Martin Kobler Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and head of UNAMI in Iraq, the extradition agreement the amount of damages assessed by the Security Council in its resolution No. 899 of 1994 to compensate Iraqi farmers who have been affected farms As a result the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait during the period between 1991 – 1994, “indicating will follow soon another step to build a city of modern residential in Umm Qasr to accommodate Iraqi families affected for the same reason. announced the Iraqi Council of Ministers, in (the seventh of April 2013), for compensate the victims of the border demarcation decision with Kuwait in Basra province, 240 million Iraqi dinars, the disposal of the budget of emergency for the current year 2013. revealed a source familiar with border guards of Iraq, in (the seventh of March 2013), about a meeting between Iraqi border guards and Kuwaiti committee of the United Nations to study the implementation of the agreements between the governments of the two countries to demarcate the new borders between them, stressing that there are 250 houses inhabited by Iraqis in Umm Qasr will be cleared of its population and turn the territory under sovereignty Kuwait, according to those agreements, while the Government of Basra, local resentment of “forcing Iraq to abandon its territory. noteworthy that the UN Security Council issued a year (1993) Resolution No. (833) which provides for the demarcation of the border between Kuwait and Iraq, and the extended length (about 216 km), and the application of the decision in part by the former regime to the deduction of large tracts of Iraqi territory and annexed to Kuwaiti territory, and included land in terms of Safwan area in Umm Qasr has become since the mid-nineties the whole within the boundaries of the State of Kuwait. objected lot of Iraqi officials after the fall of the former regime in 2003 to complete the procedures for the demarcation of the land boundary between the two countries in accordance with resolution No. 833 , considering that the decision imposed on Iraq under international pressure and in circumstances unusual. saw the border region between Iraq and Kuwait early March 2013, demonstrations carried out by residents of Umm Qasr in protest against the construction of the separation wall between the two countries, and threatened with exposure to Kuwaitis in the event of continuing built, also called for Congress Basra in Iraq’s parliament (12 March 2013), the Governments of Iraq and Kuwait, and the United Nations to stop procedures demarcation of new borders and refused to join the oil wells in the region to the sovereignty of Kuwait until reaching a solution satisfactory to both parties and reconsider the agreement signed by the previous regime with Kuwait. Iraq has been under Since the year (1990) under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of the regime of former President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, and this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to large amounts of frozen his assets financial in international banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion.