12/12/2011 - 20:25 | Hits: 10
Baghdad / justice:
Said the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon to provide a "possible" in resolving the issue of missing Kuwaitis and the issue of missing Kuwaiti property as a result of the invasion of Kuwait, Saddam's regime in 1990. The report which was read to the moon, the UN Security Council, said: "
In light of the progress possible in the future, I suggest to extend the UN Security Council mandate for the Special Coordinator of the United Nations until the thirtieth of June of 2012 to build on the momentum towards the implementation of Security Council resolution relevant, "adding," It seems that the search for missing Kuwaitis and other of other nationalities in Iraq is still going on. "" I welcome the cooperation shown by the Iraqi government in this regard and encourage them to take practical steps additional to fulfill their obligations ... and I wish to acknowledge the support provided by the Kuwaiti government. "The moon that" Kuwaiti officials, whether in bilateral meetings or through the different messages Nashidona support an extension of the mandate of the Special Coordinator in order to achieve substantive results contribute to put an end to this humanitarian issue. "and called on the Secretary-General of the United Nations Iraq to" continue to work with Kuwait in an atmosphere of confidence for progress important in resolving this humanitarian issue. "
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