Members of Foreign Relations Committee rule out Iraq’s chances of emerging from Chapter VII this year
Excluded the Foreign Relations Committee parliamentary exit Iraq from Chapter VII of this year, and explained the reason for this to the presence of wills Foreign trying obstruction rid Iraq of this punishment because of its reservation on the new political order in the country.
said committee member Imad John told the “long” The “dialogues and steps between Iraq and Kuwait to emerge from Chapter VII slow-moving”, pointing out that the size of big differences left by the former regime, the two countries have caused delay our exit from this punishment International.
added John “The difficulty out of Iraq from Chapter VII in end of this year due to internal political differences that impacted heavily on the diplomatic efforts, as well as the role of some foreign countries negative towards Iraq. “
Iraq has been under since (1990) of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, and this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, as well as freezing of large amounts of its assets financial in international banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion. ,
he noted Christian MP on the mass of Mesopotamia Imad John said that “the visit of Prime Minister of Kuwait to Iraq scheduled to take place soon will be which discuss the most important belongings remaining on Iraq, noting that the files that will be covered debate is border file, and traffic management in the common areas, and issues of prisoners and missing persons, the issue of debt owed by Iraq. “
and estimated debt owed to Kuwait on Iraq from the standpoint of Kuwait more than twenty billion dollars, Iraq Bagtradha to finance his war with Iran (1980 – 1988), while the lists officials and observers Iraqis numbers ranging between six billion and eleven billion dollars estimate assumed to those debts and the benefits that resulted from them.
part explained MP for the Kurdistan Alliance bloc both Talabani that “most of the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait have been resolved,” noting that the current problem is concentrated in the demarcation of land and maritime borders. said Talabani said in an interview with the “long” that “most outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait have been resolved, leaving of which only one is complex and dangerous is the demarcation of land and maritime borders, pointing out that the Iraqi side demanding re-demarcation of the border once again being laid during the former regime by the United Nations and that there was no negotiator Iraqis.
confirm a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, the parliamentary both Talabani that “there wills external (unnamed) impede exit Iraq from Chapter VII because of its reservation on the new political system, are excluded settle all disputes in this year. She said “the issue of debt ranked on Iraq was resolved almost will be disposed of in a few years, especially as there is interference from by the United Nations to end the entire file, noting that the compensation farmers were settled as well as the issue of missing and also the issue of Archive of Kuwait, which settled themed after making sure that Iraq is free of it.
saw Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations in recent progress in relation to solving some outstanding problems, and were settled the issue of compensation for company Kuwait Airways, and maintenance of border markers, as was agreed on the basis of the common frameworks to resolve all files, timetables short.
and UN Security Council issued Resolution No. (833) in the year (1993) provides for the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait, which length (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 the year (1994) after international pressure.
confirms a number of Iraqi officials present that the demarcation of the border between the two countries The force, and led to the deduction of Iraqi territory in terms of Safwan and Umm Qasr area, as well as reducing the area of Iraqi territorial waters, while urging UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Iraq (16) November last year, to fulfill its obligations to Kuwait, in particular in relation to Security Council resolution No. (833) on the demarcation of the border between the two out of the penalty provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.