Kuwait: We still do not know anything 370 missing in Iraq in addition to state archives

Wednesday 02 May 2012

Sumerian News / Baghdad 
revealed Kuwait, on Wednesday, they made ​​a joint request with Iraq to the United Nations in order to determine the tripartite meeting to discuss the necessary measures in order to install and maintenance of border markers between the two countries, while confirming that it is still awaiting the fate of 370 missing in Iraq and the state archives , praised the efforts of Iraq in this area. said Permanent Representative of Kuwait to the United Nations, Ambassador Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi told the Kuwait News Agency Official (KUNA), “The Joint Committee discussed during its recent meeting in Baghdad file of prisoners and missing persons and Kuwaiti property, and talks are continuing” , asserting that “there are 370 missing, no unaccounted for after the addition to the archives of the Kuwaiti state.”He Otaibi that “the topic humanitarian There is no disagreement about it, and Kuwait appreciates the efforts made ​​by the Iraqi government is also aware that without Iraq’s cooperation in these two cases will not we can achieve real progress. ” The agency said that Al-Otaibi sent with his Iraqi counterpart, Hamid al-Bayati, a joint letter, on Tuesday, to the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations for Political Affairs Lynn Pascoe to hold a tripartite meeting this week to consider taking the necessary steps to start a maintenance of border markers between the two countries. In this regard, said the delegate of Kuwait desire of his country and Iraq that “the United Nations of its responsibility to the legal implementation of the maintenance of border markers in accordance with the Security Council resolution 833 on the demarcation of the border between the two countries.” He Otaibi that “the implementation of resolution 833 would create the appropriate atmosphere for the construction of confidence and push bilateral ties to a broader horizons reap the fruit people of two countries. ” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait, on Tuesday, that the meetings conducted 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, in addition to the establishment of a joint committee between the two countries to oversee the implementation of the agreement. were the meetings of the Iraqi-Kuwaiti joint in Baghdad, in the 29 April 2012, and announced, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari after the completion of the signing of a protocol with Kuwait for the organization of navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah, confirming that it will sign more protocols during the visit of Prime Minister of Kuwait Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah to Iraq in the last quarter of this year. and formed the Committee of Ministers 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 delegation of media Kuwait to Iraq included ministers, MPs called for, in the 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 Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki the importance of developing relations between Iraq and Kuwait in all fields, particularly economic, renewed the invitation of Kuwaiti companies to invest in Iraq. and came to invite Kuwait to Iraq’s accession to the Gulf Cooperation Council after about a week to visit the son of the Emir of Kuwait and the Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad to Sulaymaniyah in (April 19 2012), has revealed the existence of orientation Kuwaiti partnership with Iraq within the system of regional countries of the northern Gulf, in a move to diversify its economy so that it does not depend on oil as a whole. It is noteworthy that Iraq is under since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of the regime of former President 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.