Foreign Relations to discuss a report on the negotiations, Iraq – Kuwait

05/05/2012 10:54

Baghdad, May 5 (Rn) – The Foreign Relations Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Saturday, they will discuss the government report on the negotiations which were held recently in Baghdad between Iraqi and Kuwaiti sides. and talks were conducted by the Iraqi-Kuwaiti joint in 29 of the last month have resulted in the signing of two agreements for bilateral cooperation, first requires the formation of a committee to promote cooperation Iraqi Kuwait in all fields, and the second regulating navigation in the port of Khor Abdullah. said committee member Nada Jubouri told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “its Committee will brief tomorrow on the details of the negotiations conducted between the side Iraqi and Kuwaiti side in Baghdad last week, “indicating that” they will receive a report from the concerned authorities in the executive branch for the content of those negotiations. ” explained Jubouri that “the Foreign Relations Committee as a watchdog on government institutions consider all agreements and negotiations conducted by the executive branch and especially the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. ” The Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi had announced earlier that the committees Iraqi-Kuwaiti searched all outstanding problems between the two countries signed four agreements on joint oil fields, debt and the demarcation of the border and the missing file and reduce the rate of deduction of debts amounting to 5%. and Iraqi Prime Minister has been terminated visit official to Kuwait in March / March at the head of a ministerial delegation, as described by Baghdad a success, and reached through an agreement worth $ 500 million with Kuwait to settle the debt back to the Gulf War. and Kuwait announced earlier in the willingness to turn the page past and start a new page of its external relations with Iraq on the basis of mutual respect. Kuwait rejected the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII of the UN Security Council until the fulfillment of its obligations owed ​​with respect to three files is the issue of missing Kuwaitis and archives, as well as the issue of border demarcation between the two countries. It is possible to affect the negotiations the two sides on the decision taken by Council International Security in June next on the possibility of the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII. Iraq has been under since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of the regime of President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, and allows this item to use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security as well as large amounts of frozen assets of financial international banks for the purpose of payment of compensation to those affected by the invasion of Kuwait, also allows to intervene in its internal affairs in the event contained in the security and political situation in the country as stipulated in Security Council resolutions issued after April 2003.   From: Raman Brosk, the Open: Fadi Zeidan