Iraq wants Kuwait amortization of purchased through investments
Baghdad, February 3 (Rn) - The Iraqi government announced on Friday its desire to resolve and close the file of Kuwaiti debt through the implementation of investment projects for Kuwaiti companies in Iraq.
The chancellor said in the Office of the Prime Minister Mary Rayes told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "Iraq wants to end the file of Kuwaiti debt through the implementation of investment projects, the task in the next phase."
The President added that "Iraq from Kuwait hopes to help him get out of Chapter VII in 2012 and this is what the current will be discussed in detail Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during his visit to Kuwait due to be conducted by the end of March next."
Iraq's government announced yesterday that Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII, which will be introduced in June next to the Security Council depends on the stance of Kuwait to the three important files is the issue of missing Kuwaitis and archives, as well as the issue of border demarcation between the two countries.
The President pointed out that "Kuwait is willing to extend new relationships based on the exchange of economic and commercial interests between the two countries and forget the past era and help Iraq out of Chapter VII."
The UN Security Council has decided the middle of January last a unanimous vote on three resolutions concerning the lifting of the embargo imposed on Iraq on the import of nuclear material for peaceful purposes, and repealed the Oil for Food Programme, as extended immunity for damages that were imposed under Chapter VII until the end of June next year.