Security Council required Iraq to pay amounts “late” since 2010

Security Council required Iraq to pay amounts “late” since 2010


Security Council required Iraq to pay amounts late since 2010BAGHDAD – The Journal News

The UN Security Council adopted a resolution declared Iraq is required to pay amounts payable since 2010, “calling on the Government of Iraq to be paid for” beneficiaries “.

He said the UN Security Council in a statement that he “adopted Resolution 2335 unanimously, which it reaffirms its call to the Government of Iraq to pay their dues without delay if contacted by the beneficiaries or their representatives.”

“The new resolution submitted his project the United States, which the Security Council acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations refers to the resolution 1958 of 2010,” noting that “the text of the resolution” The Security Council notes that the Government of Iraq to provide the arrival of goods certificates, saved the United Nations with effect from 15 December 2010, the outstanding amounts related to the beneficiaries. ”

“The delay may be due to not being able to locate the beneficiaries, or because of failure to provide the beneficiary on the required documents,” Msttrda “The decision authorizes the Secretary-General of the United Nations to maintain the escrow accounts and that keeps the money in those accounts until June 2017″.

The resolution also requests the Secretary-General to “submit a report on implementation of this resolution no later than March 30, 2017 and a final report three months after the transfer of any remaining funds held pursuant to paragraph 2 to the Government of Iraq, unless authorized by the Security Council other than.