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    Iraq: We will spare no effort to uncover the fate of missing Kuwaitis

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    {Baghdad: Al-Furat News} Iraq assured that he will spare no effort to uncover Egypt missing Cathyans.
    "The Iraqi authorities are working with great interest to end the effects of the human tragedy suffered by the Kuwaiti brothers during the Saddam invasion of their country in 1990 and to reach the fate of the Kuwaiti prisoners and missing persons," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad al-Sahaf said in a statement. Baghdad of the discovery of a mass graves in the province of Muthanna in 2019/3/6 containing the remains (46), and resulted in preliminary results of genetic analysis that 32 of these remains belong to the missing Kuwaitis. 
    He pointed out that "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs led the Iraqi delegation to the Amman meetings of the Technical Subcommittee 109 and the Tripartite Commission 48 and will work with the Kuwaiti side to transfer these remains and provide all appropriate support to facilitate future activities."
    "In this context, Iraq confirms that it will spare no effort to determine the fate of the children of the rest of the missing, and what has been discovered recently indicates the continuation of the efforts that led to the arrival of information related to these remains, and we make significant progress in the way to end this file, Hard to determine the fate of all the missing. "


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    Exterior: A mass grave in Muthanna contains the remains of 32 missing Kuwaitis

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    The Ministry of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] announced that one of the mass graves in the province of Muthanna includes the remains of some of the missing Kuwaitis, confirming its continued work to reveal the fate of all missing Kuwaitis. 

    "The Iraqi authorities are seeking with great interest to end the effects of the human tragedy suffered by the Kuwaiti brothers during the Saddam invasion of their country in 1990 and to reach the fate of Kuwaiti prisoners and missing persons," ministry spokesman Ahmad al-Sahaf said in a press statement. "Iraq will spare no effort. In order to determine the fate of the missing ".

    He added that "the Iraqi technical team concerned and with the participation of the Red Cross Mission in Baghdad was able to find a mass grave in Muthanna province in 2019/3/6 containing the remains of (46) victims, and the preliminary results of genetic analysis that 32 of these remains belonging to the missing Kuwaitis "Noting that" the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will work with the Kuwaiti side to transfer these remains, and provide all appropriate support to facilitate the next activities. " 

    He explained that "what has been discovered recently marks the continuation of the efforts that led to reach information relating to these remains, and we promise significant progress in the way of ending this file, and hopes [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is working hard to determine the fate of all missing. 




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    Badr News / Baghdad ...
    Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed al-Sahaf said that Iraq is seeking to end the effects of the human tragedy suffered by the Kuwaiti brothers during the Saddam invasion of their country in 1990.
    Al-Sahaf said in a statement obtained by Badr News, "The Iraqi authorities are keen to end the effects of the human tragedy suffered by the Kuwaiti brothers during the Saddam invasion of their country in 1990 and to reach the fate of Kuwaiti prisoners and missing persons. In Baghdad, the discovery of a mass grave in the province of Muthanna in 2019/3/6 containing the remains (46), and resulted in preliminary results of genetic analysis that 32 of these remains belonging to the missing Kuwaiti.
    He pointed out that "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs led the Iraqi delegation to the Amman meetings of the Technical Subcommittee 109 and the Tripartite Commission 48 and will work with the Kuwaiti side to transfer these remains and provide all appropriate support to facilitate future activities."
    "In this context, Iraq confirms that it will spare no effort to determine the fate of the children of the rest of the missing, and what was discovered recently indicates the continued efforts that led to the arrival of information related to these remains, and we make significant progress in the way to end this file, and hopes Iraq, and works Hard to determine the fate of all missing. "


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