Moon Security Council demands end to sanctions on Iraq under Chapter VII

Moon Security Council demands end to sanctions on Iraq under Chapter VII

Wednesday, June 19, 2013 11:17

Moon Security Council demands end to sanctions on Iraq under Chapter VII[Follow-up – where]

Invited the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, the UN Security Council to put an end “to the risk of international sanctions imposed on Iraq under Chapter VII as a result of the former regime’s invasion of Kuwait.”

The Kuwaiti delegation headed by Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah visited Iraq last Wednesday [June 12 current and signed several agreements and memoranda of understanding, and announced during talks Iraqi and Kuwaiti officials said the two governments had asked of Mendobhma UN interview Ban Ki-moon and informed agreement of the two countries, and Iraq has been implemented fully the obligations imposed under Chapter VII by the Security Council resolutions, and demand from the Secretary-General of the United Nations reporting it to the Security Council to raise the terms of Chapter VII of Iraq.

And Ban Ki-moon said in his report which was read at a meeting of the UN Security Council on Tuesday held that “the UN Security Council to put an end to the threat of sanctions which still threatens Iraq since it invaded Kuwait in 1990, due to the improvement in relations between the two countries.”

Turning the Security General of the United Nations in his report to “the negotiations between the two countries on the stage that followed the invasion,” adding that “the two countries reached the new level of confidence and opened a new chapter in their relations.”

He asked Ban Ki-moon of the United Nations Security Council, “ending the threat of sanctions or the use of force against Iraq under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, the Council to discuss this issue next week.”

The Secretary-General of the UN has telephoned following the visit of the Kuwaiti delegation to Baghdad with the Emir of Kuwait, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki about the latest developments in the relations between the two countries, before that receives representatives of Iraq and Kuwait in the international organization, which request from Ki-moon display to remove Iraq from Chapter VII on the Security Council.

According to Kuwait’s permanent representative to the United Nations, the Security Council will consider the matter on June 27 present and that he believed that the resolution will pass without any hindrance.

And witnessed the official relations between Iraq and Kuwait described the positive developments during the past few months, to end the outstanding issues between the two countries, and to remove Iraq from the international sanctions imposed on it in the seventh item, by the UN Security Council. Ended.