Kuwait: Iraq and agreed on the demarcation of land and sea borders once and not touching the debt

Tuesday 01 May 2012

Alsumaria News / Beirut 
confirmed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kuwait that the meetings held by a few days ago in Baghdad with the Iraqi government resulted in an agreement on the demarcation of the border once and for all, pointing out that the issue of Iraqi debt to Kuwait had not been addressed during these meetings. said Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait Khaled neighbor God’s “Arab Net” that “the meetings that took place in Baghdad has left a number of agreements the most important maintenance of border markers between the two countries,” adding that “It was agreed finally on the demarcation of maritime and land borders and navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah, in addition to the establishment of a joint committee between the two countries to oversee the implementation of the agreement. ” He Jarallah, who took part in the meetings conducted by the Kuwaiti delegation in Baghdad that “the two sides did not touch upon other issues Kalmdioniat Iraq,” explaining that “the terms of meetings was agreed upon in advance.” were the meetings of the Iraqi-Kuwaiti joint in Baghdad in the 29 April 2012, and announced, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, following the end of the meetings for the signing of a protocol with Kuwait for the organization of navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah, confirming that Iraq will sign a number of protocols with Kuwait during the visit of Prime Minister of Kuwait Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah to Iraq in the last quarter of this year, and that the discussions conducted by the two sides Tnawat compensation owed ​​by Iraq under the UN resolutions thoroughly, and pointed out that Iraq has made ​​significant progress on the path out of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations through the understanding of the Kuwaiti side and cooperation, but Zebari did not refer to the issue of the final agreement on land border demarcation and Almaúih between the two countries. For his part, Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sabah Khalid Al Hamad Al-Sabah in a speech during the conference he held with his Iraqi counterpart, said yesterday that any project undertaken by Kuwait would be studied from all sides so as not to damage damage to its neighbors, “stressing that what was achieved during a meeting of the Joint Commission was the culmination of a visit to Emir of Kuwait, Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah to Baghdad, and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of Kuwait, and the desire of the parties and their quest to establish better relations.The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki expressed during a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Kuwaiti Foreign morning Khaled Hamad Al-Sabah, on Sunday, (April 29, 2012), his optimism, “the results of the High Joint Committee between Iraq and Kuwait as to promote relations between the two countries and two peoples,” calling to “open the prospects for cooperation and exchange of visits at both official and popular.” was formed Ministerial Committee of the Iraqi-Kuwaiti joint in the 12 of January 2011, to resolve the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait, according to international resolutions, having held its first meeting on the 27 of March 2011, her talks in Kuwait to resolve outstanding issues between the parties. The media delegation Kuwaiti annexation of ministers, MPs called for , Friday (April 27, 2012), to the need for Iraq’s accession to the Gulf Cooperation Council, and the activation of the Silk Road to serve the common interests and economic development in the region, while the confirmed Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the importance of developing relations between Iraq and Kuwait in all fields, particularly economic, new invited Kuwaiti companies to invest in Iraq. The invitation Kuwait to Iraq’s accession to the GCC, about eight days to visit the son of the Emir of Kuwait and the Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad, who to Sulaymaniyah in (April 19, 2012), revealing which of the existence of orientation Kuwaiti partnership with Iraq within the system of regional countries, the northern Gulf, while pointing out that his country aims, through this system to diversify its economy so that it does not depend on oil as a whole. This is the orientation of Kuwait in partnership future with Iraq include the formation of a system for the countries of the northern Gulf is the first of its kind since the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime on the ninth of April 2003, and represents a reference to the existence of progress in the relations between the two countries. participated Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah in the work of the Arab summit conference in Baghdad (29 March 2012), in a visit described as historic, being the first to the Emir of the State of Kuwait since the Iraqi occupation of the emirate Gulf in August 1990. As a result of improved relations re-Kuwait flights to Iraq, as it landed at the airport in Najaf (April 17, 2012), the first Kuwaiti plane after 22 years on the last trip to Iraq, as confirmed Jazeera Airways it will be two trips a week to the airport can be increased, as well as other flights to other airports in the country. saw the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations in the recent progress in relation to solving some outstanding problems, as the parties agreed during the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the last of Kuwait (14 March 2012 ) to end the issue of compensation for KAC and maintenance of border markers, as was agreed on the principles and common frameworks to resolve all the files, within the timelines short, with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, who accompanied al-Maliki during his visit to what was agreed upon is a great progress in respect to the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII.It is noteworthy that Iraq is under 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 in the financial world banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion.