Vice-Awadi: Maliki’s visit to Kuwait will put an end to the peremptory between the two countries resolve their problems and outstanding
Date: Thursday, 03/08/2012 12:22
Baghdad (news) .. A member of a coalition of state law, MP / National Alliance / Ahsan al-Awadi, that the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s expected visit to Kuwait would be the end of the rupture between the two countries.
said Al-Awadi (of the Agency news) on Thursday: The Melvalalaqat between the two spiky since the period of the previous regime and there are some Observations on the role of the Kuwaiti government, especially after 2003, pointing out that Iraq is open to Kuwait to be there is a relationship of economic and political good will satisfy all parties.
He added that the repeated calls by Kuwait to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to visit Kuwait are invited blessing and everyone is relied upon much has been be in this visit of the end of peremptory between Atatn to resolve the problems between the parties, including the issue of port Mubarak and the port of Faw and a lot of other problems.
most evident: that the spacing and the loss of confidence between the parties is the last solution a lot of things but in the multiplicity of the visits and calls and the letter quiet Ikra between Gutin of can be no solution to the Jamea outstanding problems.
It is noteworthy that the file of border disputes and oil between Iraq and Kuwait, began after Britain decided in 1961 granting the independence of Kuwait, and the rejection of the late Prime Minister Abdul Karim Qassim, recognition, and called on then to the annexation of Kuwait to spend Basra, and on the Despite the recognition that the Iraqi government dominated by the Baath Party in 1963 after dropping system Abdel Karim Kassem, the independence of Kuwait deal said by some historians that it was in return for giving the Iraqi government money because of the deficit, which was suffering, but the former president Saddam Hussein, who belonged to the party himself, he decided on the second of August 1990 invasion of Kuwait on the background of problems on the border and Tsmha and conflict on some oil wells.
and the UN Security Council issued Resolution No. 833 in the year 1993 provides for the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait, which has a length of 216 km through the formation of an international commission to demarcate the border between the two parties, which was rejected by the regime of President Saddam Hussein first, but it was approved by the end of 1994 following international pressure, officials insist the Iraqis that the demarcation of the border between the two countries were by force, and led to the deduction of Iraqi territory in terms of Safwan and Umm Qasr area, as well as reduce the area of Iraqi territorial waters, while urging the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, Iraq in November 16 of 2010, to fulfill its obligations to Kuwait, in particular with regard to Security Council resolution No. (833) on the delineation of the border between them to get out of the penalty provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations. / Finished / 3. d.