Chapter VII has become part of the past

Chapter VII has become part of the past


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Said the Special Representative of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler that all the special things the seventh item on Iraq ended and that the two governments in Kuwait and Baghdad agreed and achieved what is for the benefit of the two countries.

Kobler said during a press conference held on Wednesday at the headquarters of the provincial council in Basra, in the presence of the President of the Council Khalaf Abdul Samad and was attended by our correspondent, said that “there is a new step between the Iraqi and Kuwaiti governments and local government in Basra has a crucial role in this matter.”

He added that “all of the issues resolved including the issue of demarcation of the border, leaving only the issue of debt that will be paid by Iraq to Kuwait,” noting that “a new phase between the two countries and will be the seventh item is from the past and present is the new relations with Kuwait.”

For his part, head of the provincial council in Basra, Khalaf Abdul Samad, “The visit Kubler discussed the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII in addition to how to invest money owed by Iraq, Kuwait through investment, as well as activating the role of the UN in the country.”

The Prime Minister of Kuwait, Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah, arrived shortly before to Baghdad and was greeted by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Minister of Transport Hadi al-Amiri and a number of officials.

As announced during a press conference that “the State of Kuwait sent to all members of the UN Security Council and the United Nations to a message to inform Iraq fulfill its obligations and Endowment of them can be treated in Section VI.

It is noteworthy that Iraq is subject since 1990 to Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of the former regime 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 Finance international banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion.