Parliamentary economy: we are out of Chapter VII will restore our economic strength

Parliamentary economy: we are out of Chapter VII will restore our economic strength

Created on Saturday, June 22 / June 2013 06:44 | |

we are out of Chapter VII will restore our economic strengthBAGHDAD / Haidar al-Tamimi

Commission said the parliamentary economy and investment that the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII of the UN Charter, it is formatted to restore economic strength in the region, and showed n all obstacles facing Iraq in economic and financial issues will be removed by the end of sanctions.

He said the Commission’s decision Mahma Khalil said that “Iraq has all its legal obligations and financial obligations to the UN Security Council resolutions and exit from Chapter VII would enable it to regain its real economy in the region,” noting that “some countries regrettably played a negative role in an attempt to block out of Iraq Chapter VII. ”

Khelil said that “Iraq is a strong return to the region, which derives its strength from its economy and its bounty,” pointing out that “Iraq will be free from all Alaqiod imposed on him after his release from Chapter VII.” Khalil between that “Iraq’s foreign policy represented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has succeeded through the efforts made during the past years to reach the stage of removing Iraq from Chapter VII,” noting that “Chapter VII still restricts Iraq from the financial and economic.” And that “out of Iraq from Chapter VII is to restore the prestige of the Iraqi state, after the right of the former regime damage the prestige of Iraq.”

And fulfilled by Iraq with its obligations to pay 41 billion dollars to Kuwait for war reparations Iraq and Kuwait, where pay for the Iraqi people as a result of the reckless policies of the former regime. The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon said in a report submitted to the Security Council, remove Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII after Ivaúh all its international obligations.

It is expected to vote on the Security Council to remove Iraq from Chapter VII on June 27 after the current Iraq’s commitment to the implementation of all UN resolutions. These recommendations are internationalist important achievement is calculated on the successful foreign policy of the government. These recommendations emphasize the UN that Iraq returned stronger than the events of 1990, which saw the occupation of the dictatorial regime of the State of Kuwait.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations in his 35th report to the Security Council and the Security Council resolution 1284 of 1999: “It commends both Iraq and Kuwait for their efforts which led to the solution of outstanding issues between the two countries to remove Iraq from Chapter VII.”