BAGHDAD / obelisk: The director of management follow-up and coordination of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait Ambassador Khaled Moghames in a statement on Tuesday followed the "obelisk" that "his country hopes to end file Kuwaitis missing in Iraq carried out by the Tripartite Commission in Iraq as soon as possible."
And said Moghames: "There is keen to speed the final closure of this file, because in the end, humanist file important."
Search and Iraqi Foreign Minister in Kuwait, where he arrived on Monday the latest political developments on the Arab and regional arenas in addition to bilateral relations.
And continued Moghames say "the international commission headed by the Tripartite Commission to find the remains of the missing are still continuing to work on the search for information and drilling operations in Iraq."
And signed, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Sunday, with Martin Kobler Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, the Convention on delivery amount of damages assessed by the Security Council to compensate Iraqi farmers, and in the context of the maintenance of border markers between Iraq and Kuwait.
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry said in a statement, "Hoshyar Zebari, the minister, signed the agreement to hand over the amount of damages assessed by the Security Council in its resolution No. (899 of 1994), to compensate Iraqi farmers, who have been affected farms as a result demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait, during the period 1991 - 1994. "
The statement noted that "the agreement will be followed by direct another step to build a modern residential city of Umm Qasr, for housing the Iraqi families affected for the same reason."
It is noteworthy that Iraq occupied Kuwait on August 2, 1990, after a military operation lasted two days, and ended up seizing the entire Kuwaiti territory on August 4, then announced that the former Iraqi government in a timely manner on 9 August 1990, the annexation of Kuwait to Iraq and the abolition of all embassies International in Kuwait, and declared the province 19, and change the names of streets and facilities, including changing the name of the Kuwaiti capital.
And continued Iraqi occupation of Kuwait 7 months, and ended liberation of Kuwait on February 26, 1991, after the second Gulf War. The United Nations punished Iraq by imposing an economic blockade it lasted for 13 years as a result of the invasion of Kuwait.
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