Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Friday, Kuwait to assume responsible for "Adventures" of Saddam Hussein, with the amount of strain compensation, described some of the demands of Iraq Kuwait b "prohibitive".
Maliki said in an exclusive interview with Sumerian "space", "there is the desire of us serious about ending the existence of Iraq under the provisions of Chapter VII", stating that "node that stand in the issue of Kuwait which saw is multifaceted."
Al-Maliki said that "there are benefits arising from Iraq after Iraqi forces to enter Kuwait than real belonging to missing persons and burning oil wells, and which belong to international resolutions," he said, adding that "these benefits need to be resolved, particularly the compensation paid by Iraq and the amount of 5% of the production of oil exhaust him and is too big, and we paid 30 billion dollars and 20 billion dollars with our conscience."
Al-Maliki said that "certain things requested by Kuwait prohibitive, including archives and the remains of which fell during the invasion", wondering "what advantage of archive, if we read it, or we knew what we handed him over to the advantage of keeping the remains of the oppressed".
The Council for supporting the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations, on 24 November 2011, the Government of Iraq will hand over Kuwait part of archives, who lost in 1991, it is serious in the search for Kuwaiti missing, stressing at the same time, those missing disappeared after the fall of the previous regime.
Al-Maliki called on Kuwait to Iraq, "borne with its share of responsibility for the adventures of Saddam Hussein," he said, adding that "there is one issue with it is aquatic limits are placed on the table solution including port Mubarak is on the agenda of the next visit to Kuwait."
The Iraqi Government announced, on 15 November 2011, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki at the invitation of his Kuwaiti counterpart, Nasser Al-Sabah to visit Kuwait, to discuss the outstanding issues between the two countries and ways to solve them.
And reaffirmed the United Nations Mission in Iraq, on December 8, 2011, that Iraq and Kuwait have made little progress on the normalization of bilateral relations, while noting that the two countries expressed their readiness to solve outstanding problems, expressed the hope that the visit will help prospective owners to Kuwait to resume the work of the Joint Commission.
The United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon urged Iraq, on November 16, 2011, to meet its obligations to Kuwait, especially Security Council resolution (833) on the demarcation of the border out of the subject to the provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, as the UN Security Council decided in December 2010, to keep immunity on Iraqi assets and Iraqi oil revenues deposited extension in the Iraqi Development Fund, the United Nations addressed to the end of the year 2011, which is a continuation of the policy of sanctions On Iraq under Chapter VII.
Chapter VII consists of 13 articles, is resolution 678 1990 issued to eject Iraq from Kuwait by force of the provisions of this chapter, Iraq remains under it because of the survival issue remains of Kuwaiti prisoners and missing persons in Iraq, Kuwaiti property, including archives of the Amiri Diwan and the Crown and the question of reparations and oil and environmental concerns not only the State of Kuwait but by other Arab countries and some companies.
The Kuwait began on 6 April 2011, Kabeer port on Bubiyan Island close to the Iraqi coast, exactly one year after the Iraqi Transport Ministry put the foundation stone for the project to establish the large port of Faw, causing a crisis between the two countries, while the Kuwaitis that their port would have important strategic and economic results, officials and Iraqi experts that would diminish the importance of Iraqi ports, restrict navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah channel leading to the ports of Umm Qasr and Khawr Al-Zubayr and FAO port project makes no great value.