[size=36]Kuwaiti Prime Minister: We continue to follow up on the files of missing persons in Iraq and the National Archives[/size]
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, Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Sabah confirmed, on Saturday, that the region will not enjoy stability as long as Iraq loses it, indicating that his country continues to follow up on the files of missing persons in Iraq and the National Archives.
Al-Sabah said in his speech during his participation in the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership, that "this conference comes at a delicate and important time for our region," adding that "our region will not enjoy stability as long as Iraq lacks it, and with the stability of Iraq the security of the region will be established and opportunities for integration and the desired economy will be enhanced."
He added that "Iraq was able, with the will of its people, to overcome challenges and overcome the greater part of them, and the convening of this conference is only evidence of that," noting that "Iraq is on the verge of a new and fateful stage represented by the upcoming elections, which require our support and assistance in holding them to enable the Iraqi government to do so." ".
He continued by saying that "the State of Kuwait is the most sensitive country in the region to the difficult economic and security conditions in Iraq, so it did not hesitate to provide aid to it through the Iraq Reconstruction Conference," stressing that "we must consolidate its sovereignty and independence and not interfere in its internal affairs."
Al-Sabah noted that "the bilateral relations between the two countries are moving at a steady pace, driven by a serious plan that includes various fields," praising "Iraq's commitment and loyalty to the issue of Kuwaiti prisoners."
The Kuwaiti Prime Minister concluded his speech by saying, "We welcome what has been achieved and encourage what is left in finding the missing Kuwaitis, and finding Kuwaiti property and the Kuwaiti archive due to its historical importance, and we hope that Iraq will continue to cooperate and within the same framework to finalize bilateral issues." Ended 29/A 4