According to a Foreign Ministry statement published yesterday that Iraqi President Iraqi diplomatic Hoshyar Zebari discussed with the U.S. ambassador in Iraq, James Jeffrey, a number of advisers Embassy
«Iraq steps out of the provisions of Chapter VII». The statement said that «During the meeting, they discussed the US-Iraqi relations and the efforts of the Iraqi government steps out of the provisions of Chapter VII».
The statement added: «Iraq has achieved significant progress in meeting many of its international obligations and will soon become out of sanctions imposed on it, have been dealing with matters relating to disarmament and weapons of mass destruction and the oil for food program».He explained: «progress has been remarkable and constructive relationship with the State of Kuwait, and the new Iraqi government will be able to fulfill the remaining obligations of the short period of time» On the other hand, met with Zebari, Britain’s ambassador to Iraq, John Jenkins.
During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and the outcome of meetings the delegation of the Iraqi government in New York with the United Nations and the review attempts to form a new Iraqi government and «to emphasize the importance of the time factor», according to a statement from the ministry.