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Default Al-Dabbagh: the ratification of the IAEA safeguards promote exit from Chapter VII
السياسية الاولى : الدباغ: المصادقة على نظام ضمانات الطاقة الذرية تعزز الخروج من الفصل السابع Political first: Al-Dabbagh: the ratification of the IAEA safeguards promote exit from Chapter VII

بغداد - الصباح BAGHDAD - morning
بين الناطق الرسمي باسم الحكومة علي الدباغ ان مصادقة العراق على بروتوكول نظام ضمانات وكالة الطاقة الذرية سيعزز جهود البلاد للخروج من الفصل السابع والافادة من الاستعمال السلمي للطاقة النووية. Between the government spokesman, Ali al-Dabbagh said Iraq authentication protocol and the safeguards system of the International Atomic Energy Agency will strengthen the country's efforts to emerge from Chapter VII and benefit from the peaceful use of nuclear energy.

وقال الدباغ في بيان صحفي: ان انضمام العراق الى البرتوكول يهدف الى انهاء ولاية فريق العمل الخاص بالعراق في الوكالة الدولية للطاقة الذرية من خلال ازالة المبررات التي تستند عليها بعض دول مجلس الامن لاستمرار عمله وتقليل الالتزامات والقيود والقرارات المفروضة عليه، اضافة الى تمكينه من الافادة للاستعمال السلمي للطاقة النووية والدعم الفني المقدم من الوكالة بهذا المجال، الى جانب تعزيز جهوده الرامية للخروج من الفصل السابع. Dabbagh said in a press statement: that Iraq's accession to the protocol aimed at ending the mandate of the Task Force on Iraq of the International Atomic Energy Agency by removing the rationale behind some countries in the Security Council to continue its work and reduce the obligations and restrictions imposed on it and decisions, as well as enable it to take advantage of the use of peaceful nuclear energy and technical support provided by the Agency in this area, as well as strengthen its efforts to emerge from Chapter VII. واضاف انه تم التصويت على انضمام البلاد على البروتوكول بعد تشكيل لجنة لدراسته ووضع التوصيات الخاصة بشأنه واحالته الى مجلس شورى الدولة لاتخاذ الاجراءات المطلوبة، مبينا ان مدير الوكالة الدولية للطاقة الذرية محمد البرادعي ابدى ترحيبه بتوقيع العراق على نظام الضمانات الشاملة للوكالة، مؤكدا ان ذلك سيؤهل العراق للطلب من مجلس الامن رفع ما تبقى من العقوبات المفروضة عليه وان تضع الوكالة استنتاجا بشأن عدم وجود مواد او انشطة نووية غير معلن عنها في العراق وتكون له اهمية في تنفيذ أحكام الفقرة 3 من قرار مجلس الأمن المرقم 707 لعام 1991 والفقرتين 12و13 من قرار مجلس الأمن 687 للعام 1991 والاقرار بالتزام العراق بشكل كامل باتفاق الضمانات المبرم مع الوكالة.البيان اوضح ان البرتوكول الاضافي يتضمن عدة فقرات بينها توفير المعلومات والمعاينة التكميلية وتسمية مفتشي الوكالة وحماية المعلومات السرية. He added that he was voted the country's accession to the Protocol after the formation of a committee to study and make recommendations thereon and for transmission to the State Consultative Council to take action required, indicating that the Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohamed El Baradei, expressed his welcome to the signing of Iraq's comprehensive safeguards regime of the IAEA, saying that this will equip Iraq the request of the Security Council to lift the remaining sanctions imposed on it, and that the Agency develop a conclusion about the absence of material or of undeclared nuclear activities in Iraq and be of no importance in the implementation of the provisions of paragraph 3 of Security Council resolution No. 707 of 1991 and of paragraphs 12 and 13 of Security Council resolution 687 The 1991 and acknowledge the commitment of Iraq fully with the safeguards agreement with the IAEA. The statement said that the Additional Protocol contains several paragraphs including the provision of supplementary information and preview and the designation of Agency inspectors and the protection of confidential information.


Iraq will demand the development of state sponsors of terrorism under Chapter VII
Revealed to the security and defense committee in the House of Representatives went on to claim the status of States and supporting the incubator of terrorism, which targeted citizens under Chapter VII. These moves coincide with the Government's response to recent remarks by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, to be sure that the killers of Iraqis support the work of "immoral.

The MP just Berwari member of the security and defense committee in a statement to the "morning", that "the government called for an international tribunal to hold accountable those involved bloody bombings Wednesday wise step and important decision will have a positive impact on the situation at home. Iraq had refused on the proposals made by Turkey for mending fences with Syria, where Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "to proceed to invite the United Nations to set up an international criminal court, and the requirement on the Syrian side" to extradite the two presidents in this latest crime, "in addition to other legitimate demands. It is said that Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmed Davutoglu had yesterday visited both Baghdad and Damascus, in an effort to bring the different views between them, following the recent tension between the two countries.

Berwari said: "Iraq will ask the Security Council to place any country supporting terrorism and incite violence and bloodshed of Iraqis and embraces criminal groups under Chapter VII, with the claim to pay substantial damages to the families of innocent Iraqis who were killed in these operations.

Under Chapter VII of the UN Charter: "With take such action in cases of threats and breach of peace and acts of aggression, as the UN Security Council decides whether there has been a threat to the peace, breach of what happened or was an act of aggression and shall make recommendations or decide what measures shall be taken in accordance with the provisions of Articles 41 and 42, to maintain international peace and security or restore, "as states" in order to prevent aggravation of the situation, the Security Council, before making the recommendations or deciding upon the measures provided for in Article 39, contending that calls for taking including it deems necessary or desirable for interim measures, without prejudice to the rights of these temporary measures, claims, or their status, and the Security Council that is calculated for not taking conflicting with such provisional measures.

In the meantime, response, Yaseen Majeed, media adviser to the Prime Minister told the Syrian president, saying that accusing Syria of terrorism, "immoral", stressing that Damascus's support for the killers who are in Syria and wanted a space owned by one jurisdiction in Iraq is immoral.


will strengthen the country's efforts to emerge from Chapter VII

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