Wednesday, July 17, 2013 16:14
[Baghdad - where]
The Special Representative of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler expressed satisfaction that the outstanding issues between Kuwait and Iraq had "almost been settled," stressing the need for the intervention of the relations between the two countries a new phase.
The news agency quoted a Kuwaiti Kona for Kobler said after the briefing presented last night in front of the UN Security Council on the work of the mission [UNAMI], headed by "I am very satisfied that the files between Iraq and Kuwait had been settled almost call to enter into a new phase of relations between the peoples of the two countries and not only the exchange of politicians but members of parliament and youth groups and football clubs in addition to women's associations, "he said, adding that now the right time, especially after resolving the outstanding issues in the seventh item."
Kobler expressed "satisfaction with the progress that has been made during the months that have passed with regard to the settlement of a number of decisions that keep them compensation decisions that must be implemented and when you pay $ 11 billion dollars in compensation, it will be closed as well."
The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait with respect to Kuwaiti missing persons and stolen property to the United Nations mission to help UNAMI under Chapter VI of the UN Charter.
The Kubler will leave his post in Iraq by the end of this week and will move to the Democratic Republic of Congo to work as a special representative of the UN mission to stabilize after deciding to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in 17 of the last month moved there.
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