Rafi Abd al-Jabbar: America and Britain are trying to keep Iraq under Chapter VII
12/25/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
BAGHDAD - Wayne accused a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, parliamentary, America and Britain, that they are trying to keep Iraq under Chapter VII, to control it. said committee member Rafi Abd al-Jabbar, told all of Iraq [where] today, "There's intentions seriously by Kuwait to interact with the position of Iraq, especially after the settlement between the two countries in the case of Iraqi Airways, and today there is a settlement of the detainees and the files in Iraq concerning the Kuwaiti side, and this is a sign of serious recent liquidation of its relations with Iraq and converted from Chapter VII to Chapter VI " .
"The government and the Iraqi Foreign Ministry serious about this endeavor and Kuwait, for its part expressed their interaction." said Abdul-Jabbar said that "the Kuwaiti government find that consolidate its relations with Iraq is much better with the Gulf side for the simple reason that the Iraqi side of its economy and its market are open to serve Kuwait more from other Gulf states, in the event the settlement of disputes find Kuwait that Iraq friendly country and neighbor good بانسبة to in all endeavors economic and political. " mentions that he was scheduled to Prime Minister of Kuwait visited Iraq before the end of this year but it was unclear whether the changes in the Government of Kuwait that could lead to change the date of the visit will be during a meeting of the joint committee between the two countries and talks are expected to lead to the closure of pending issues for years, paving to remove Iraq from Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations. was the Amir of Kuwait has issued an order off lawsuits against Iraqi Airways after the financial settlement between the two countries, and said the Iraqi Foreign Ministry to close the file issue Kuwait Airways once and for all, which led to the lifting of all restrictions and international obstacles to building Iraqi Airways.
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