Russian Ambassador reveals lift Chapter VII for Iraq soon, and renews his support in the Security Council
GMT Wednesday, 13 v 1 2010 12:40 GMT
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Revealed the Russian ambassador in Baghdad, Wednesday, that Iraq will emerge from under Chapter VII in the near future, indicating that it is the implementation of some procedural matters only, stressing in this respect his country's support for Iraq in case of ending the sanctions imposed on it under the said Chapter, as announced that Moscow supported the formation of a government involving all the political components.
He said the Russian ambassador Variyan Hovaiev in an interview for "Alsumaria News" on Wednesday, said that "Iraq is applied with its international obligations very well, and the Russian Federation to cooperate with him in this area," pointing out that "Iraq will come out in the near future subject to Chapter VII."
He Hovaiev that "Iraq no longer threatens international peace and security, and still fear the international threat to neighboring countries," asserting that "the lifting of chapter VII of Iraq is linked to procedural matters not otherwise, the Russia Federation and the rest of the member states of the Security Council to have a serious desire in this matter and does not have a What hinders that. "
has been under since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations which provides for the imposition of sanctions after the invasion of the regime of President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, under the said Chapter shall be entitled to the international community to use force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to freeze large amounts of its assets in the financial world banks to compensate those affected by the invasion of Kuwait.
" On the other hand Hovaiev said that "Russia considers that the delay in forming an Iraqi government a matter of course due to the conditions experienced by Iraq," noting that "his country supported by all political forces, and hoped to form an Iraqi government that includes all entities without marginalization."
The Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon has urged Iraq, in November 16, 2009, to fulfill its obligations to Kuwait, in particular Security Council resolution No. (833) on the demarcation of their border to get out of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.
And consists of Chapter VII of the 13 articles, is resolution 678, passed in 1990 and calling for the ousting Iraq from Kuwait, by force of the provisions of this chapter, Iraq is still under Tailth, because the survival of several issues pending such as the remains of Kuwaiti citizens and prisoners of war in Iraq, and Kuwaiti property, including archives Amiri Diwan, the Crown Prince's Court, and the issue of environmental awards and oil that do not relate only to the State of Kuwait and other Arab countries and companies still have some rights.