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The remains of Kuwaiti citizens in Muthanna were found missing during the Gulf War

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The remains of Kuwaiti citizens in Muthanna were found missing during the Gulf War Empty The remains of Kuwaiti citizens in Muthanna were found missing during the Gulf War

Post by rocky on Thu Jun 20, 2019 3:10 am

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) announced on Thursday that remains of Kuwaiti citizens in Muthanna had been found missing in the Gulf War. 
"The recent discovery of the remains of a number of people in Muthanna / the district of Samawah, southern Iraq, who are thought to have been lost in the conflict, gives some hope to give some answers," a joint statement from the Tripartite Commission said. 
"The remains, believed to belong to Kuwaiti civilians and prisoners of war, were found in two buried sites, thanks to the joint efforts of the Iraqi authorities, the Kuwaiti authorities and experts from the International Committee of the Red Cross," the statement added.
He added: "These remains were fully recovered and deposited with the Department of Forensic Medicine in Baghdad for the purpose of extracting the DNA map for later matching with the DNA of the families of the missing persons in that period. The forensic analyzes will reveal the approximate number of recovered rigs, Information about their nationality ". 
"The discovery of these remains is the result of the hard work of the Kuwaiti, Iraqi and ICRC authorities in Kuwait and Iraq, and for the intensive efforts that have been made both in the collection and analysis of information, through the acquisition of new witnesses, Satellite images that will facilitate the work of field teams on the ground, "Mirdafa:"
"The Tripartite Commission and its Technical Subcommittee were established in 1991 and 1994, respectively, to assist in the evacuation of the fate of missing persons as a result of the 1990-1991 Gulf War." The ICRC is chaired by the ICRC and consists of representatives of Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United States The United Kingdom and the Republic of France, joined by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) in 2013. It also provides technical assistance, including forensic analysis, and analysis of satellite imagery. "
It is noteworthy that the last time the remains of Kuwaiti citizens were found under the mechanism was in 2005, while the last collection of remains for Iraqis was found in 2011. So far, the Tripartite Commission is still working to reveal the whereabouts of people who do not Have been missing in both countries since the 1990-1991 Gulf War


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The remains of Kuwaiti citizens in Muthanna were found missing during the Gulf War Empty 29 years after the invasion of Saddam .. Kuwait found the remains of its citizens in Iraq

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29 years after the invasion of Saddam .. Kuwait found the remains of its citizens in Iraq






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[rtl](KUNA) - Kuwait has announced the discovery of the remains of Kuwaiti citizens in southern Iraq more than 28 years after the Iraqi invasion, Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported.[/rtl]
[rtl]The tripartite committee on resolving the issue of prisoners and Kuwait detainees of the International Red Cross said that the remains were discovered in Al-Muthanna district of the southern Iraqi province of Samawah, "possibly belonging to Kuwaiti civilians and prisoners of war."[/rtl]
[rtl]"This discovery gives hope to the families of the missing more than 28 years after the end of the war," it said in a statement.[/rtl]
[rtl]The Commission stated that the remains were fully recovered and deposited with the Baghdad Department of Forensic Medicine, with the aim of extracting the genetic map and matching it with the DNA of the families of the missing.[/rtl]
[rtl]The Amir of Kuwait Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, an official visit to Baghdad, described as historic.[/rtl]
[rtl]This is the second visit of the Emir of Kuwait to Iraq, where he presided over the 29th of April 2012 the delegation of Kuwait to the Arab summit meeting held in Baghdad.[/rtl]


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