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Bahr al-Ulum al-Maliki is expected to visit Kuwait mission to remove Iraq from Chapter VII

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gente


Bahr al-Ulum al-Maliki is expected to visit Kuwait mission to remove Iraq from Chapter VII


21/01/2012 - 12:02

Sumerian News / Baghdad

Considered Iraq's ambassador to Kuwait, Mohammad Hussain Mohammad Bahr al-Ulum, Saturday, that the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will be forthcoming is an important point to lift the country from Chapter VII, noting that the Kuwaiti government is ready to establish advanced relations with Iraq.

Uloum said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", Maliki's visit "upcoming Kuwait will be critical to many details and put all the files on the table, to end it and move forward in the full normalization of relations between the two countries," pointing out that "Iraq has made ​​at the beginning of last year, an achievement great to get out of Chapter VII, and today is keen to achieve the great national achievement, a lasting exit from this item. "

Bahr al-Ulum said that "if Maliki was able to achieve remove Iraq from Chapter VII will score his points, historic remember right," expected to "be the date of the visit after the restoration of electoral conditions and the stability of the formation of the Kuwaiti government to come."

Bahr al-Ulum said that "the time is very appropriate to meet with Iraq and Kuwait in order to overcome the outstanding issues between them," significant that "the survival of Iraq under Chapter VII hampered by a black point in the economic and international relations so that it now wears a suit of full sovereignty."

The Bahr al-Ulum that "Iraq and the testimony of everyone much has been done with regard to the decisions of the Chapter VII and the rest of which three cases are the boundary markers and compensation and the file of prisoners and missing persons," adding that "what is left is to give the finishing touches on the normalization of the relationship between the two neighbors."

The Sea of Sciences that "the Kuwaiti side is ready to discuss all outstanding issues, because in his interest to have a full normalization of relations between the northern neighbors, and he is looking forward and looking forward the Iraqi side from behind these relationships to open doors of economic, historical, political art, especially that the world is now moving with which the interests and economic relations in light of the potential and great opportunities in Iraq. "

The Iraqi government announced, on November 15, 2011, for receiving Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's call from his Kuwaiti counterpart Ahmad Al-Nasser to visit Kuwait to discuss outstanding issues between the two countries and find ways to solve them.

She stressed the United Nations Mission in Iraq, on 8 December 2011, that Iraq and Kuwait have made ​​little progress on normalizing bilateral relations, while noting that the two eternal willingness to resolve outstanding problems, expressed the hope that the visit of Maliki's visit to Kuwait to resume work of the Committee common.

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.

And consists of Chapter VII of the 13 articles, and is the resolution 678, issued in 1990 to expel Iraq from Kuwait by force of this Chapter, Iraq is still under Tailth because of the survival of the issue remains of Kuwaiti citizens prisoners and missing persons in Iraq, and Kuwaiti property, including the archives of the Amiri Diwan and the Diwan Crown Prince and the issue of compensation of environmental and oil and which do not relate only to the State of Kuwait and other Arab countries and some companies.



Panhead


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this like his 40th visit?

gente


First visit, they eat falfel and argue... 2nd visit, they drink tea and argue... third visit, they barter for goats and argue, and on this goes... then about the 100th visit they smoke the hookah, and MAYBE, just MAYBE, they make the deal...

Panhead


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thinking it's time to pistolwhip the both of em......

gente


I think we passed pistol-whip about a year ago... I'm thinkin tar n feathers....

windreader1


If Iraq wants out they have to make something happen at this meeting. The SC Compensation Comm. meets in May to review the status of the compensation program. They would have to have any agreement between Kuwait and Iraq in hand at that meeting for their report that goes to the Security Council, otherwise it would be business as usual. No agreement, no change in Chapter VII. Plus it would be a huge benefit to Iraq to have an agreement before the Arab summit.

Panhead


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hope your right Wind but still not sure if Kuwait or the Arab summit has enough say so to do much....seems like a big dog and pony show to me.

chevy#3


iraq is/has about as much say in chap.VII as Palistine does over Israel.....the rest is just talk......

windreader1


The Secretary General has been very specific, in numerous reports, as to the steps Iraq has to take to get out of Chapter VII. It is all about the issues with Kuwait now. Iraq voted on the Additional Protocol so that should be a done deal. IMO the Arab summit has no control or any say over Iraq getting out of Chapter VII. However, Iraq's position in the summit would be greatly enhanced if they could claim that the problems with Kuwait have been solved. Based on Iraq's past ability to accomplish anything, I am not holding my breath that they will get it done that's for sure.

chevy#3


the picture that's been given as to Iraq's ability to get anything done always falls back on this Kuwait thing as the problem! could very well be,.. but the underlining issue to me is not Kuwait holding up anything but rather the issue of Iran and oil and the fact that Iran wants to trade oil in other currencies with other countries and other countries wanting to trade oil in other than just petro-dollar.i would think the PTB have to deal this out first before the release of such a powerful country as Iraq with it's wealth and resourses.with that being said it's as though Iraq's safe under chap.VII until the issue over Iran can be solved hopefully without war...'

windreader1


Agree, have said a number of times that Kuwait was the excuse to keep Iraq under chapter VII and Iraq's failure to deal with the issues has allowed this to continue to drag on and on.



gente


What really struck me as odd, was that article a few months ago where it said the US was holding the Kuwaiti archives neccassary for Iraq to return to Kuwait as part of CH7...now all of a sudden the other day, POOF-they present said archives out of nowhere in front of the UN. This is all being orchestrated at the highest levels, and while I do think Iraqi incompetence is a big part of it, everything seems to be purposfully delayed.

Panhead


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Hillary traded it for another suitcase full of dinar.....lol

gente


Who friggin knows at this point...I just hope this is over by June...

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