Thursday, April 18, 2013
confirmed the Foreign Relations Committee in the Iraqi Parliament's intention Kuwaiti Prime Minister Jaber Mubarak Al-Sabah to visit Baghdad next month, pointing out that «debt cancellation and remove Iraq from Chapter VII highlighted files to be discussed with him».
and pre-empted «Sadr »send a technical delegation visit to assess the impact of the demarcation of the border on the Iraqi territory. A member of the Foreign Relations Committee, leader of the «coalition of state law» MP Sami al-Askari told «life» that «was supposed to be a visit by the local elections, but it seems that there are circumstances prevented without them».
did not disclose the military type these circumstances but an armed group calling the same «group attributed the league», earlier threatened to «target aircraft, which will decrease the Kuwaiti Prime Minister».
added the military that «the call again will be sent to the Prime Minister of Kuwait is unwelcome at any time», indicating that «the talks will end the outstanding issues between the the two countries, especially the issue of missing persons and Amiri Archive. We hope that folded these files visit Sheikh Jaber Al-Sabah ».
pointed out that «the Kuwaiti side, who expressed his desire to visit Iraq turn the page on the past».
continued to «support Kuwait to remove Iraq from Chapter VII and the cancellation of debt owed by Iraq and the investments will be the most important topics to be discussed during the visit ». Iraq remains under international trusteeship after being placed under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations because of the attribution of the former regime of Kuwait in August 1990, and imposed international resolutions that Iraq pay 5 percent of its oil exports to Kuwait.
, it announced «stream Sadr »led by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr yesterday send a technical delegation and technical support to the judicial« Umm Qasr and Safwan »belonging to the province of Basra (490 km south of Baghdad) of« in order to assess the process of demarcation of the border after receiving chest complaints from citizens, the existence of the excesses of Kuwait on their land ».
Thousands of residents of Umm Qasr judicial and Safwan demonstrated to protest to «the demolition of their homes and displace them», adding that «these private land ownership for them and their families are not entitled to a grant to any State or any other».
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