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    "The Observer" reveals a British letter "secret" written days after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait

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    "The Observer" reveals a British letter "secret" written days after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait Empty "The Observer" reveals a British letter "secret" written days after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait

    Post by Rocky Sun 13 Aug 2017, 4:53 am

    "The Observer" reveals a British letter "secret" written days after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait



    Editor Mustafa Saad - Sunday 13 August

    newspaper , " The Observer" British, Sunday, for a "secret" by a British minister on 19 August 1990, the days of the invasion of the former Iraqi regime president after Saddam Hussein of Kuwait, noting that London saw the invasion "an unrivaled opportunity "To sell arms to the Gulf states .

    The newspaper published a report accusing a minister in Margaret Thatcher's government of using the war against Saddam Hussein to increase arms sales.

    The report is based on recently declassified documents that reveal, according to the author of the report, that the British government saw Iraq's invasion of Kuwait as an "unrivaled opportunity" to sell arms to Gulf states.
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    The report explains how the secret documents of the British National Archives reveal how ministers and officials sought to prepare for the 1990 Gulf War to ensure that British arms manufacturers could benefit from the expected surge in demand for military equipment.

    The documents, according to the newspaper, contained a secret briefing by Alan Clarke, then Secretary of State for Defense Equipment, Support and Technology, to Prime Minister Thatcher on his Gulf tour in the run-up to the war.

    The report says the government's efforts have borne fruit. The war has provided an important splash of arms sales in the region and has helped nurture a strong relationship with its countries that continues to this day.

    The latest annual report from state defense and security organizations shows that Britain has generated £ 6 billion in deals in 2016, representing 9 percent of the global market, half of its total value from the Middle East.

    The report ranks Britain as the world's second largest arms exporter after about 10 years.

    Indicates " The Observer" report to the message classified "confidential" written on 19 August 1990, the days of the invasion after the forces of Saddam Hussein to Kuwait, where Clark wrote a special note to Thatcher in which he described the expected response from the United States and its allies as "an unrivaled opportunity" for the institutions of export services Defensive.

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