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Iraq protests Kuwait at UN Security Council over border

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KUWAIT CITY - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] sending a letter to the UN Security Council accusing Kuwait of pursuing a policy of fait accompli through geographic changes in the maritime border between the two countries.
"In a surprising move that does not reflect the atmosphere of rapprochement in Kuwaiti-Iraqi relations, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] sent a letter to the Security Council on August 7, accusing Kuwait of pursuing a policy of fait accompli by effecting Geographical changes in the maritime borders between the two countries.
The newspaper quoted diplomatic sources at the United Nations as saying that "the Iraqi delegate to the United Nations Ambassador Mohammed Bahr al-Uloum, delivered the letter to the President of the Security Council, requesting its circulation and issuance as an official document of the Council, and that Bahr al-Uloum met with a number of representatives of countries to explain the position of his country." .
According to the newspaper, “The Iraqi government asked the United Nations to document its official protest against what it called the Kuwaiti government to make geographical changes in the maritime area after the mark 162 in Khor Abdullah by strengthening the shallow area (Fasht Al-Aij) and the establishment of a port structure unilaterally without the knowledge and consent of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , arguing that it is not a legal basis in the joint plan for the organization of maritime navigation in theKhor Abdullah. "
The Iraqi government considered that the demarcation of the borders by one party in areas not agreed upon by the two parties, as stipulated by Emiri Decree 317 of 2014 regarding the delimitation of Kuwait's maritime areas is void under international law.
In its letter to the Security Council, the Iraqi government noted that “Kuwait's continued imposition of a de facto policy of creating a new situation that changes the geography of the region will not contribute to supporting the efforts of the two countries to reach a final demarcation of their maritime boundaries. Border between the two countries, "according to the newspaper.
A Kuwaiti official who spoke to the newspaper was surprised by [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] complaint to the UN Security Council. Through the joint committees and others, as well as the demarcation of the border between Kuwait and Iraq came in accordance with resolution 833 of the Security Council in 1993.
The Kuwaiti official added that “the issue of the maritime zone, its markings and demarcation were present in all bilateral meetings with the Iraqi side,” which would have preferred not to go into it technically and legally. »He wished that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] did not circulate the letter of its representative as an official document of the Security Council, stressing that the facility" (Fasht Al-Aij) is located within Kuwaiti territorial waters and this is documented historically and legally. " Done / 25


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Sadikon calls for the use of "all means" on the "overtaking" of Kuwait on the borders of Iraq

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The Sadikon parliamentary bloc on Thursday demanded that the issue of the dispute with Kuwait be placed on the agenda of the next parliament session, calling for the use of "all means" to defend [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] borders .
The bloc said in a statement received / information / a copy of it, “We call on the Presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives to include a paragraph hosting the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Transport within the agenda of the next meeting to discuss the repercussions of overcoming Kuwait on the borders of Iraqi navigation and to see the steps of the Iraqi government in addressing such attempts which Repeated continuously by land and sea. ”
She called "members of the House of Representatives of the Iraqi people to the need to review the agreements concluded between [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Kuwait, which draw land and sea borders and regulate navigation between the two countries."
"We affirm our support for the Iraqi government's move, which submitted a protest note to the UN Security Council regarding the recent violation, but we in the parliamentary bloc sincere believe that this step is not enough, but need to support it using all means guaranteed by customs and laws that confirm the right of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to defend its land and sea borders." .
The bloc considered that "Iraq today is different from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] which was ruled by Saddam's Baath, but is different from Iraq (2014) and before it has the qualifications and capabilities that qualify him to maintain its sovereignty and borders and protect it from any transgression." Finished 25 h


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Kuwait has announced that it has submitted an official response to the UN Security Council to an Iraqi complaint to the council accusing Kuwait of trying to change the maritime border between the two countries.
In its letter, Kuwait stressed that the construction of a naval platform over the area of ​​Fisht Al-Ayj is a sovereign right and that the platform is located within its territorial waters.
The Iraqi government objected to the establishment of the State of Kuwait platform freely over the «Fichte Alaaj», considering that this platform will affect the demarcation of the maritime boundary between the two countries in sub - marine area after 162. The mark
and stressed official at the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry source in response to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in his country received The present note by the Permanent Mission of the United Nations to the Security Council has been promptly replied to.
The source said that with regard to the demarcation of the maritime border after the mark 162, the State of Kuwait confirmed that it continued to demand from the Iraqi side since 2005 until the last meeting in May (last), that the legal experts in the two countries to start negotiations on the demarcation of maritime boundaries This is through the meetings of the joint ministerial committees and the ministerial messages in this regard.
The source pointed out that «the State of Kuwait called on brothers in Iraq to resolve this issue by resorting to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea established under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea in 1982».
At the end of his statement, the Kuwaiti source stressed that «the State of Kuwait, reviewing these facts, it affirms its keenness on distinguished fraternal relations between the two brotherly countries and continue coordination with the brothers to resolve all outstanding files so that the relationship of the two countries to any impurities».
In its letter to the Security Council, Iraq accused Kuwait of pursuing a policy of fait accompli through geographic changes in the maritime borders between the two countries. The Iraqi delegate to the United Nations, Ambassador Mohammed Bahr al-Ulum, delivered his country's letter on 7 August to the President of the Security Council, requesting that it be circulated and issued as an official document of the Council.
Baghdad promised «unilateral demarcation of the border in areas not agreed upon by the parties - as stipulated in the Emiri Decree 317 of 2014 on the delimitation of the marine areas of Kuwait - an act is invalid under the provisions of international law».
Kuwait said yesterday that its permanent representative to the United Nations Ambassador Mansour Al-Otaibi sent a letter to the presidency of the Security Council on August 20 at the request of his country on the construction of a naval platform over the area «Fisht Al-Aij» located in Kuwaiti territorial waters.
Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) quoted Ambassador Al-Otaibi as saying that the letter came in response to an Iraqi letter addressed to the presidency of the Security Council on August 7 and issued as an official document of the Security Council.
He explained that «the Iraqi message focused only on the maritime area beyond point 162, which is meant the territorial sea, which is still undrawn between the two countries, where Iraq wanted to prove and document his position on this point that this area is still undrawn between the two countries».
He stressed that these letters are usually not considered by the Security Council and are not under discussion as they are intended to document the situation. He added: "We must distinguish between the borders drawn by the United Nations and international obligations on the two countries and the territorial sea, which is still undecided ... Iraq and Kuwait are committed to the implementation of Security Council resolutions, in particular resolution 833, which drew land and sea borders between the two countries."
He stressed that «there is no problem at all, not on the land or sea borders to the point of 162».
He also stressed that «Iraq is committed to the resolutions of the Security Council and the borders drawn between the two countries by the United Nations», pointing out that «the issue of demarcation of the border beyond point 162 is a purely bilateral issue and has nothing to do with international obligations on Iraq, which fully fulfills its international obligations».
He pointed out that the issue of the platform «Fisht Al-Aij» has already been raised and that there is correspondence between the two sides.
He added that Kuwait called on Iraq to sit on more than one occasion to start negotiations to end this issue because of its importance for the two countries, especially that ending it would contribute to building confidence and strengthen bilateral relations and transfer to broader horizons between the two sides.
He also pointed out that the Kuwaiti letter included reference to other issues of equal importance, pointing out that the construction work currently being carried out at the port of «FAO» has reached advanced stages without consulting them with Kuwait despite the obligations imposed by Article 206 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982, especially with regard to the assessment of the environmental impacts on the marine environment resulting from the establishment of the port.
According to the letter, Ambassador Al-Otaibi stated that the Fesht Al-Ayj platform is located in the territorial waters of Kuwait.
The platform was constructed and installed in Fasht Al-Aij to ensure the safety of maritime navigation in Khor Abdullah and to provide support to Shuwaikh Port Tower due to the expected increase in the number of private vessels in the absence of a visible means of monitoring and following up the ships in Khor Abdullah. Khor Abdullah »which requires the provision of a command post in this area to coordinate the security of navigation and to address environmental incidents there.
The letter pointed to the security considerations of Kuwait and the need for a modern and sophisticated system to monitor and control the area «Khor Abdullah», which requires a security presence to face repeated incidents of penetration of unidentified boats to Kuwaiti territorial waters as a purely Kuwaiti responsibility in protecting its maritime borders.
The letter stated that according to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Kuwait's obligation is to notify the corresponding country, which was committed, since Kuwait built this platform in September 2018 and the Iraqi side was informed. In the minutes of the sixth meeting of the Kuwaiti-Iraqi Joint Committee on the Regulation of Maritime Navigation in «Khor Abdullah» signed on January 26, 2017.
In conclusion, Kuwait once again called on the Iraqi side to resolve this issue by starting negotiations on the demarcation of maritime boundaries after point 162 or by resorting to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea established under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.


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[rtl]Al-Sadiqoun parliamentary bloc called on the presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives to include a paragraph hosting the ministers of foreign affairs and transport in the agenda of the next session to discuss the repercussions of "overtaking" the State of Kuwait on the borders of Iraqi navigation .[/rtl]
[rtl]The bloc called in a statement received to Twilight News "members of the House of Representatives of the Iraqi people to the need to review the agreements concluded between Iraq and Kuwait, which draw land and sea borders and regulate navigation between the two countries."[/rtl]
[rtl]"Today, while we affirm our support for the Iraqi government's move, which submitted a protest memorandum to the UN Security Council regarding the recent violation, we believe that this step is not enough but needs to be supported by all means guaranteed by the laws and customs that affirm Iraq's right to defense," the statement said. About its land and sea borders. "[/rtl]
[rtl]He added that "Iraq today is different from Iraq ruled by Saddam's Baath, but is different from Iraq (2014) and before, today has the qualifications and capabilities that qualify him to maintain its sovereignty and borders and protect it from any excess."[/rtl]
[rtl]Faisal al-Issawi, a member of the Iraqi Council of Representatives for the coalition "victory" led by former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Thursday, the inability of the State of Kuwait to enter into a new conflict with Iraq[/rtl]
[rtl]"In our view, we (Iraq), the Kuwaiti people and the people of the region are all willing to struggle and problems in any way," Issawi told Shafaq News.[/rtl]
[rtl]"The Iraqis, according to their geographical, political and social circumstances, have the potential to go to conflict and disagreement with Kuwait," he said.[/rtl]
[rtl]"Certainly this soft power cannot take the right of Iraq," he said. It is difficult for Iraq. "[/rtl]
[rtl]The dispute broke out between Iraq and Kuwait when diplomatic sources at the United Nations revealed to the Kuwaiti newspaper "Al-Rai", that "the Iraqi delegate to the United Nations Ambassador Mohammed Bahr al-Uloum, delivered the letter to the President of the Security Council on August 7, asking to circulate and issued as an official document of the Council And that Uloum met with a number of representatives of countries to explain his country's position. "[/rtl]
[rtl]The Iraqi government asked the United Nations to document its official protest against what it called "the Kuwaiti government to make geographical changes in the maritime area after the 162 mark in Khor Abdullah by consolidating a shallow area (Fasht al-Aij) and unilaterally establishing a port structure there." Iraq, considering that this has no legal basis in the joint plan to regulate maritime navigation in Khor Abdullah. "[/rtl]
[rtl]The Government considered that "demarcation of the border by one party in areas not agreed upon by the parties, as stipulated in Amiri Decree 317 of 2014 regarding the delimitation of Kuwait's maritime areas, is a void under the provisions of international law."[/rtl]
[rtl]The Iraqi government, in its letter to the Security Council, noted that "Kuwait's continued imposition of the fait accompli policy by creating a new situation that changes the geography of the region will not contribute to supporting the efforts of the two countries to reach a final demarcation of the maritime boundary between them." Consideration when demarcating the border between the two countries. "[/rtl]


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Iraq protests Kuwait at UN Security Council over border  - Page 3 Empty MP calls on the government to cancel the Khor Abdullah agreement

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MP Hassan Salem called on the government to abolish the humiliating [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/14830/%D8%AE%D9%88%D8%B1 %D8%B9%D8%A8%D8%AF%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%84%D9%87]Khor Abdullah[/url] agreement and stay away from silence and leave courtesies and sue [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] transgressing it on the lands and waters of Iraq.

Salem said in a press statement that "the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] government should break its silence and leave courtesies and sue the State of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] for underestimation and transgression on the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] land and sea borders [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] following the policy of imposing a fait accompli, forgetting that a strong [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] that failed the most powerful terrorist plans that targeted the region in general, "The bravery of the Iraqis, who made the most precious sacrifices on behalf of the world by defeating ISIS criminal gangs."

He called on [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to test the patience of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] may explode for the benefit of Kuwait.

Salem called on the Iraqi government to cancel the humiliating [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/14830/%D8%AE%D9%88%D8%B1 %D8%B9%D8%A8%D8%AF%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%84%D9%87]Khor Abdullah[/url] agreement, which was built on the basis of political courtesies and which did not bring Iraq only damage




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MP calls on the government to cancel the Khor Abdullah agreement and stresses: Kuwait should not test the patience of Iraq may explode to its disadvantage

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MP Hassan Salem called on the government to abolish the humiliating agreement of Khor Abdullah and stay away from silence and leave courtesies and sue Kuwait for transgressing it on the lands and waters of Iraq.
In response to Kuwait's abuses on Iraqi land and water, Salem said in a press statement that the Iraqi government should break its silence and leave courtesies and sue Kuwait for its disregard and transgression on the Iraqi land and sea borders. The region in general, and Iraq in particular, was broken in front of the strength and bravery of the Iraqis, who made the most precious sacrifices on behalf of the world by defeating ISIS criminal gangs.
He called on Kuwait not to test the patience of Iraq may explode for the benefit of Kuwait.
Salem called on the Iraqi government to abolish the humiliating Khor Abdullah agreement, which was built on the basis of political courtesies and which only brought Iraq damage.


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Iraq protests Kuwait at UN Security Council over border  - Page 3 Empty New old dispute over maritime boundary between Iraq and Kuwait

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New old dispute over maritime boundary between Iraq and Kuwait
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Prospects that many of the outstanding issues with neighboring Kuwait left behind by the Saddam regime have been resolved and although the water border between Iraq and Kuwait is causing crisis from time to time, there are technical committees of the two countries held meetings and meetings to reach positive solutions. He pointed out that the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations are historic and should be resorted to diplomatic channels, calling for holding a joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti meeting to resolve differences according to state mechanisms, as indicated by the age. However, the port of Fao is an important port, but it needs a huge investment revolution, especially that the government can not upgrade the port of Fao for its high cost of about $ 45 billion, but it can establish some small projects, he explained that Iraq deals with ports, borders and rail linkage in line with his interests Also that The intersection of Iraq's relations with countries and their reflection and linking them to the economic situation is not correct and no courtesy at the expense of Iraq's sovereignty, security and stability. According to the joint dealings and mutual interests away from the intimidation of the media and the convulsive and irresponsible speech that will not lead to any results, but must be dealt with in accordance with the laws, pointing out that the Iraqi and Kuwaiti sides to resort to sound and diplomatic ways to end any mesh There must be appropriate frameworks for the solution between the parties is to host officials in the ministries of foreign affairs and transport, and it is the right of Iraq and Kuwait to review the agreements signed in the past in the interest of both parties and end the crisis, although there are those who want to provoke crises before This is not true because problems are being resolved
Project Manager of Al-Faw Grand Port, Asaad Rashid, when he hosted the same program, pointed out that the work of Al-Faw Grand Port Project started in 2013 and was accompanied by many obstacles in the past years.In 2019, an amount of 400 billion dinars was spent and work is continuing to accomplish it according to the allocated amount. The main obstacle behind the delayed completion of the project and the situation experienced by the country during the past years and the conditions of war and the economic situation cast a shadow on the delay in its completion.Although all this, however, the companies operating in the project continued its work in the absence of financial funding at the time.
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Iraq protests Kuwait at UN Security Council over border  - Page 3 Empty Deputy: Patience with Kuwait carried out and the coming battle for the land has become obligatory

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MP Kadhim al-Sayadi said on Thursday that patience with Kuwait had been carried out, noting that the coming battle for land and supply was due.
"Patience with Kuwait has run out and our next holy battle for land, supply and property has become imperative," Sayadi said, adding that "every Iraqi sheriff must rise up."

He called for fishermen "presidencies, leaders and parties to throw a gown of humiliation and courtesy," pointing out that "Iraq first and Kuwait and its tails and those who walk to the abyss."

Addressing the Kuwaiti fishermen by saying, "the sands of Iraq and its honor is holiest, O Ostriches," calling on the House of Representatives to convene an emergency session to discuss the cancellation of the humiliating Khor Abdullah agreement, as well as the cancellation of the strategic framework agreement with the United States and to find a real agreement to ensure Iraq's security until the improvement of the security system. Alsumaria News.

Iraq sent a letter to the Security Council accusing Kuwait of pursuing the policy of imposing a fait accompli by making geographic changes in the maritime borders between the two countries after the 162 mark in Khor Abdullah by consolidating a shallow area (Fasht Al-Aij) and establishing a port structure unilaterally without the knowledge and consent. Iraq, "considering that" has no legal basis in the joint plan to regulate maritime navigation in Khor Abdullah. "
Kuwaiti MP Safaa al-Hashem attacked Iraq on Tuesday because of a complaint he filed against Kuwait in the UN Security Council, saying "Kohl is in ruins."

Kuwait's ambassador to the UN Security Council on Thursday also sent a letter to the council on the construction of the Fasht Al-Aij platform, noting that Iraq had not consulted with Kuwait on the construction of the port of Fao.


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Parliamentary Economy: We have good relations with Kuwait and we refuse to narrow our only sea outlet

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He showed a member of the Committee on Economy and Investment Parliamentary Charter Hamidi, Friday that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has good relations with Kuwait and neighboring countries other, but refuses at the same time narrowing the only sea implementer, pointing out that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] resorted to the international community for the demarcation of the border with Kuwait , especially the port of Mubarak hurt In Iraq.
Al-Hamdi said in a statement to the information, that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] foreign policy is open to neighboring countries and there have been some visits between [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Kuwait to discuss issues of common interest, and these visits are welcomed by the parties."
"The demarcation of the border is normal and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] right to preserve its borders and any state to infringe on the borders of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Baghdad must defend the borders of the country.
And that "the exit of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from Chapter VII granted him the power to defend himself and his rights in the organizations and the international community, in order to obtain his rights."
She stressed that "the construction of the port of Mubarak is harmful to Iraq and its economic future, especially since [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] does not have a single seaport through Basra and next to Kuwait, what must preserve its territorial waters and not to narrow this port." Finished 25 N


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Iraq protests Kuwait at UN Security Council over border  - Page 3 Empty Hamdi Charter: Iraq refuses to narrow its only maritime outlet

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He confirmed a member of the Committee on Economy and Investment Parliamentary Charter Hamidi: "that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  refuses to narrow the only sea implementer", indicating that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] resorted to the international community for the demarcation of the border with [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , especially the [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/15401/%D9%85%D9%8A%D9%86%D8%A7%D8%A1 %D9%85%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%B1%D9%83]port of Mubarak[/url] hurts Iraq.

Said Hamidi in a press statement: "The [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/3333/%D8%AA%D8%B1%D8%B3%D9%8A%D9%85 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AD%D8%AF%D9%88%D8%AF]demarcation of the border[/url] is normal and the right of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to maintain its borders. And the establishment of any country to encroach on the borders of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] requires defending those borders, so it was submitted suit the United Nations in order to Khor Abdullah and the demarcation of the border."

She explained: "The exit of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from Chapter VII gave him the power to defend himself and his rights in the organizations and the international community, in order to obtain his rights," pointing to: "[url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/15401/%D9%85%D9%8A%D9%86%D8%A7%D8%A1 %D9%85%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%B1%D9%83][/url]It harms Iraq and its economic future, especially since [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has only one seaport through Basra and neighboring Kuwait.




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Iraq protests Kuwait at UN Security Council over border  - Page 3 Empty Kuwait calls on Iraq to demarcate borders or resort to international tribunal

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Kuwait calls on Iraq to demarcate borders or resort to international tribunal
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The Kuwaiti government renewed its call on Iraq to resolve the issue of building a maritime platform over the Fasht Al-Aij area by starting negotiations to demarcate the maritime borders after point 162, or resort to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea established under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
Kuwait's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Mansour Al-Otaibi, said in a statement on Thursday (September 5, 2019) that he had sent a letter to the presidency of the Security Council on August 20 at the request of Kuwait regarding the construction of the Fasht Al-Aij platform. Kuwaiti territorial waters, indicating that "the message comes in response to an Iraqi letter addressed to the presidency of the Security Council on August 7 and issued as an official document of the Security Council."
He explained that "the Iraqi message has only focused on the maritime area beyond point 162, which is meant by the regional sea, which is still unofficial between the two countries, where Iraq wanted to prove and document its position on this point and the region is still undrawn between the two countries," stressing that "these messages It is usually not considered by the Security Council and is not under discussion as it is intended to document the situation. ”
"We must distinguish between the borders drawn by the United Nations and international obligations on the two countries and the territorial sea, which is still undecided. Iraq and Kuwait are committed to the implementation of Security Council resolutions, in particular resolution 833, which defined the land and sea borders between the two countries."
He stressed that "there is no problem at all, not on land or sea borders up to point 162".
He stressed that "Iraq is committed to the resolutions of the Security Council and the borders drawn between the two countries by the United Nations," pointing out that "the issue of demarcation of the border beyond point 162 is purely bilateral and has nothing to do with international obligations on Iraq, which is fully implementing its international obligations."
He pointed out that the issue of the Fesht Al-Aij platform has already been raised and that there is correspondence between the two sides. It strengthens bilateral relations and moves them to broader and wider horizons between the two sides. "
The letter from Al-Otaibi stated that “Kuwait confirms that Kuwait's territorial waters have been defined by the Decree of 17 December 1967 on the determination of the territorial sea width of Kuwait, which was updated in Decree No. 317 of 2014 of 29 November 2014 on the delimitation of areas. Of Kuwait under the terms of article 15 of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, deposited with the United Nations.


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