Kuwaiti Ambassador's (range): We support the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII
Date: Monday 02/13/2012 10:33
Baghdad / term
Kuwait confirmed its desire to resolve the outstanding problems with Iraq, while she hoped his exit from Chapter VII of the United Nations. He announced the Kuwaiti Ambassador in Iraq to the insured, yesterday, on his return to Baghdad and directly about his duties after seven months of his departure, and when he said that his return was for administrative reasons, pointed out that a return is not tied to the relations between the two countries.
He said as soon as the insured Link to Baghdad in a special statement (range) yesterday, "The decision to participate
Summit in Baghdad taken by the Kuwaiti government for a long time and had informed Baghdad that. "
He insured that "the Emir of Kuwait in favor of convening the Arab summit in Baghdad, and will seek to make it a success."
The Kuwaiti Ambassador in Iraq to the insured had left, in the July 12, 2011, the capital Baghdad on his way to his country after his complex prime minister and the home of Deputy Prime Minister Ruz Nuri Shaways and the Kuwaiti embassy in the Green Zone in central Baghdad to the bombing of three Katyusha rockets.
And the rise of Islamic Kuwaiti elections recently, said the insurer not influenced by Iraq, and "that the Kuwaiti Parliament looking for common interests between the two countries, and we support the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII of the United Nations, but with taking the benefits to be implemented" in reference to the resolutions of the United Nations, and expressed optimism that the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's visit to Kuwait, one of the solutions to some outstanding issues between the two countries.
It is noteworthy that the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called on Iraq, in November 16, 2011, to fulfill its obligations to Kuwait, in particular Security Council resolution No. (833) on the delineation of the border to get out of the penalty provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, the Council also decided International Security in the month of December 2010, to keep the immunity to Iraqi funds and the extension of the deposit of Iraqi oil revenues into the Development Fund of Iraq to the United Nations to the end of the year 2011, which is a continuation of the policy of imposing sanctions against Iraq under Chapter VII.