Welcomed the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, on Sunday, in cooperation "positive and constructive" between Iraq and Kuwait in order for a full normalization of relations between them, while calling for more attention to the missing file of Kuwaiti and third-country nationals and property missing Kuwaiti nationals, urged the Iraqi government to develop a strategy new to this area, despite the many challenges they face.
This came in the seventh report of the Secretary-General under the fourth paragraph of the UN Security Council resolution No. 2107 in (the 27th of June 2013), which I followed (range Press), and the fulfillment of Iraq's obligations and exit from Chapter VII, with the survival of the issue of missing Kuwaitis and Archive and property Lost that will be dealt with under Chapter VI of the UN Charter, which calls for countries to resolve disputes between them peacefully.
He began moon, remarks made by the Security Council, to "welcome the relationship and cooperation positive and builders between Iraq and Kuwait in all matters of common interest aspects," returned to "pledge Kuwait to provide $ 200 million to fund humanitarian activities in order to alleviate the suffering of displaced persons in Iraq, worthy commendable about special. "
Secretary-General said, "The expansion of the partnership between the two countries is a strong indication that the links will become closer with time and evolve, we hope, to a full normalization of relations," and expressed his belief the need to "take advantage of the spirit of mutual support existing in order to give new momentum to file the missing Kuwaiti and third-country nationals and Kuwaiti property lost, including the National Archives, so that tangible results in making this important humanitarian issue. "
He commended moon, for "the Government of Iraq's commitment to continue the work that's at a time when trying to address the many challenges faced by the country," hello as well as the "Council of Ministers decision to allocate necessary to carry out the ministry of human rights activities of the funds in support of the search for the missing second half of 2015, despite it faces severe budgetary constraints. "
But the UN official, expressed regret that "the continuing efforts have not led to significant progress in the missing archives Kuwaiti file," noting that "11 years have passed since the last time they were found a set of human remains in the excavation work, and passed 25 long years to families the missing who are waiting to learn the fate of their loved ones. "
He called on public security, the need to "re-evaluation of complete dependence on the research methods of traditional, as proof that they do not lead to a decisive result with the passage of time," asserting that "the review of the activities carried out to date and the exploration of alternative methods of research will help to overcome the impasse."
He urged the moon, the Government of Iraq to "consider the use of modern technology and new approaches to develop a strategy College on the way forward," noting that "the tripartite mechanism, under the able leadership of the International Committee of the Red Cross leadership, is still of paramount importance in dealing with the issue of missing Kuwaiti nationals and third-country nationals. "
Secretary-General, Baghdad also called "the introduction of innovative methods of research and information campaigns targeted to locate the National Archives," and encouraged the Joint Committee on the property "meeting regularly to make the necessary progress in the file."
He encouraged the moon, the Government of Iraq to "use the expertise and assistance can be provided by the UN Mission in facilitating the efforts in the search for missing Kuwaitis and Kuwaiti property," stressing the "commitment and dedication to the strong at the mission and my Special Representative and Deputy Special Representative for Political Affairs in carrying out the role assigned him to the fullest. "
The report meetings that brought together foreign ministers and human rights of Iraqis details, Kuwaiti officials and internationalists along the past months, on shared files.
The report also included, confirm the Iraqi Minister of Human Rights, Mohammed al-Bayati, on "Iraq's strong commitment to continue the search for the missing," stressing that "Iraqi politicians are all aware of the international obligations of Iraq and duty towards Kuwait, which see it as the closest regional partners, although the liquidity crisis current impede progress in the file. "
The UN Security Council decided in 1990 put Iraq under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, and the imposition of the sanctions package in the wake of the invasion of the former regime of President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait.
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