Legal expert Tariq Harb said that the call by Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari to Kuwait on postponement of payment of the 5% cutoff of Iraqi oil imports in compensation for Saddam's invasion of Kuwait the State entails the following:
1. the deduction of amounts of Iraqi oil under a UN Security Council resolution 687 of 3 April 1991 as a result of Saddam's invasion of Kuwait, not Iraq.
2. the call by the Minister of finance should have been from the Council of Ministers or the discussion of the Foreign Ministry for the State of Kuwait and the former Foreign Minister's visit to Kuwait. It should be the subject of discussion for the speaker of Parliament, who visited the State of Kuwait just a few days ago, and we do not know is that the media only?
3. We call on not only postpone the 5% cutoff of Iraqi oil imports but rather to advocate ending the deduction as a whole or halving subtract from 5% to 1% or 2% of the current conditions of Iraq and of low oil prices and the drop in Iraqi oil exports and funds for the fight against terrorism and the consequent military expenses and expenses for displaced and affected by the State of Kuwait is a member of the coalition against terrorism, which requires Alliance members with positive steps against terrorism and see The approval of the Minister of finance in this fight.
4. We recall the Kuwaiti side that such compensation was approved by the Compensation Committee as stated in Kuwaiti documents without scrutiny or discussion from the Iraqi side, which was not present in the Commission, especially as some of the awards show the extent of the damage in Iraq is enough to demonstrate that Jordan and Israel obtained the damages in the hundreds of millions of dollars based on damage to the environment of Jordan and the Israeli environment and do not know how damaged the environment of Jordan and Israel military operations in Kuwait from Jordan and Israel Thousands of kilometres.
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