Iraq and Kuwait sign convention to regulate navigation
Iraq and Kuwait sign Convention to regulate the navigation in the Khor Abdullah Date: Monday, 30-04-2012 01: 45 pm Baghdad (newsletter) … Hadi al-Amiri was signed by Transport Minister and his Kuwaiti counterpart, Salim had a sobering effect on the formation of alazeinh Joint Management Committee to coordinate and regulate the navigation in the Khor Abdullah. And the Foreign Ministry said in a statement received (News Agency news) on Monday: Kuwait-Iraq ministerial higher Committee on joint second cycle of meetings in Baghdad, the Iraqi side was led by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, the Kuwaiti side was led by Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Minister. He said that the Committee had discussed all issues between the two countries, notably Iraq’s obligations towards international resolutions and the land boundary between the two countries and freedom of navigation in the Khawr Abdullah and the missing Iraqis, Kuwaitis and Kuwaiti debt on Iraq, compensation and the Kuwaiti port of Mubarak and Gulf fishing zone and open the Kuwaiti Consulate in Basra and Erbil. The statement said at the end of the meeting was the signing of the minutes of the meeting of the second session of the Committee, after having been identified and an inventory of all cases, by the Foreign Ministers of the two countries, which signed the Convention on the establishment of a joint Commission also for cooperation between the Governments of Iraq and the State of Kuwait, it was also agreed that the signing of a number of other conventions after their own legal procedures in both countries during the visit of the President of the Kuwaiti Council of Ministers coming to Baghdad before the end of this year. The statement noted: public meetings and subcommittees exhibited a positive atmosphere and a common concern on the need to achieve tangible progress in Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations, and this is what has been achieved and accomplished as a result of the political will of the leadership of the two countries. Said: that the meeting of yesterday will exit the groundwork for Iraq of the provisions of Chapter VII and in full and that certain mechanisms were understanding and a shared vision of future steps.