Chapter VII did not prevent Iraq from buying weapons and survival under Tailth will not make him weak

Said government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh, Sunday, that the lack of withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII did not stop him from buying weapons or arming his army, believing that its survival under the jurisdiction of this chapter will not make him weak, as pointed out that Iraq is dealing with some of the issues the Kuwaiti responsibly and humanely .

Dabbagh said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “not out of Iraq from Chapter VII did not stop him from buying weapons or arming his army to protect its sovereignty, but it tends not to be aggressive on the issue of arming,” noting that “the political system in Iraq has change is no longer a philosophy to build a strike force to threaten the region. “

The Iraqi government is seeking to arm the Iraqi army all Sannoufa, which contracted with a number of global manufacturers of weapons developed for the purpose of equipping the army of armored vehicles, tanks and systems, radar and sophisticated helicopters and military, including the F16, which announced the Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces, Nuri al-Maliki, on 13 May, that Iraq will receive the first batch of them in 2014.

Dabbagh said that “Iraq is doing all its strength and its international relations to emerge from Chapter VII,” adding that “the survival under the threat of this chapter will not make him weak at the mercy of regional states.”

Iraq has 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.

The spokesman for the Iraqi government that “Iraq is dealing with some of the issues and the responsibility of the Kuwaiti humanitarian issue of missing persons or the Kuwaiti archives,” pointing out that “the issue of war reparations to Kuwait must be agreed upon bilaterally.”

Ali al-Dabbagh that “it is not reasonable to keep Iraq under this chapter until the amount required to pay him a $ 51 billion.”