Announced that the Iraqi embassy in Kuwait on Wednesday that Iraq handed the Kuwaiti side 136 Micro film from the archives of the official Kuwaiti newspaper today.
He said the Iraqi ambassador to Kuwait, Mohammad Hussein Bahr al-Ulum said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Iraq peace, the first Monday .136 Micro film from the archives of newspaper Kuwait today to official Kuwaiti side," noting that "the process of delivery took place in the presence of representative of the United Nations in Iraq. "
Bahr al-Ulum said that "Iraq has attributed some of the earlier coins of the Central Bank and returns some of the Kuwaiti government departments, such as the archive Kuwait and Telovesjunh Radio National."
Bahr al-Ulum said that "one of the terms of resolution 833 issued by the United Nations provides for the return of private property and lost property belonging to Kuwait, which had lost during the regime of Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait," adding that "Iraq is working in earnest to fulfill its obligations to Kuwait."
Iraq has since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations imposed after the invasion of the regime of President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to large amounts of frozen assets of financial international banks for the payment of compensation to those affected by the invasion of Kuwait.
Kuwait had asked the UN Security Council, in July of 2009, before its meeting to discuss Iraq's international obligations not to remove Iraq from the list of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations before Aevaúh all its obligations, especially in the cases of compensation, prisoners and missing Kuwaitis, stressing the need to respect Iraq with resolution 833 judge the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait after the Iraqi objections that appear from time to time on the demarcation of the border, and then reiterated the same demands on the lips of a number of Kuwaiti parliament.
The file border disputes and oil between Iraq and Kuwait, began after Britain decided in 1961 granting the independence of Kuwait, and the rejection of the late Prime Minister Abdul Karim Qassim, recognition, and called on then to the annexation of Kuwait to spend Basra, despite the recognition of the Iraqi government, dominated by the party in 1963 after the Baath regime overthrow Abdul Karim Kassem, the independence of Kuwait deal said by some historians that it was against the Iraqi government to give money because of the deficit, which was suffering, but the former president Saddam Hussein, who belongs to the same party, he decided on the second of August 1990 invasion Kuwait on the background of problems on the border and Tsmha and conflict on some oil wells.