Kuwait's foreign minister says his country is keen to develop a road map to help Iraq
Ali Abdullah - 16/01/2012 PM - 8:36 p.m. | Hits: 158
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Sabah said his country is keen to develop what he called a road map to help Iraq to complete the implementation of Security Council resolutions, and pointed to Kuwait's readiness to stand with Iraq and assist in the fulfillment of the requirements and international obligations since the year 1991.
He called on the morning in an interview with Kuwait News Agency Monday in the Forum Kuwait Iraq's first, which opened Sunday, to continue a Joint Committee meetings between the two countries and noted that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will visit Kuwait soon to discuss bilateral issues and ways of enhancing joint cooperation in various fields As in the areas of oil and maritime navigation.
On the issue of reparations owed by Iraq as a result of the occupation regime of Saddam Hussein of Kuwait, said Sheikh Sabah to a proposal of Kuwait was displayed on the Iraqi side that is to invest part of compensation in Iraq, and pointed to the entry of Kuwait in a housing project in Iraq to compensate Iraqi farmers who had their property within the When the Kuwaiti border demarcation in accordance with Security Council Resolution 833, in addition to commissioning the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development in collaboration with a consulting office for the development of global perceptions of the residential project.
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