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Post by rocky Fri 03 Dec 2021, 6:31 am

Officially.. the Red Cross announces the closure of the files of thirty people who went missing during the Gulf War

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The Red Cross announced, on Friday, the official closing of the files of 30 people who went missing during the 1990-1991 Gulf War .  
  

  

The Red Cross said in a statement, of which “Nass” received a copy, on December 3, 2021, that “in the context of the 52nd meeting of the Tripartite Committee concerned with the search for missing persons as a result of the 1990-1991 Gulf War, which concluded its work yesterday under the auspices of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Officially announcing the closing of the files of thirty missing persons and prisoners of war who were missing during the 1990-1991 Gulf War.

He added that "the thirty files (29 files of Kuwaiti citizens and one file of a Saudi citizen) were closed after their identities were identified based on DNA analyzes conducted by the Kuwaiti General Department of Criminal Evidence." 

And he indicated that "the results were announced in July (10 cases), one case in September, and 19 cases in November of this year."

The "remains of the 30 missing persons referred to above were found at a burial site within the Samawah district, Badiya al-Muthanna in Iraq, during the months of March 2019 and January 2020, thanks to the joint efforts of the Iraqi ministries of health and defense and the Kuwaiti authorities, with the assistance of experts from the International Committee of the Red Cross within the framework of the work of the Technical Subcommittee." .

In this regard, Adib Nahas, Deputy Regional Director for the Near and Middle East at the International Committee of the Red Cross, said that "although the pain and impact of losing a close or loved one are less visible than physical injury, they are no less harmful for families."

He added that "the absence of clear answers regarding the loss of a near or dear person severely affects entire families and extends beyond that to the local community and society at large."

"Resolving these issues requires sufficient time, patience and cooperation between governments, humanitarian organizations and families of the missing," Nahas added. "It may take many years to find satisfactory answers regarding the missing. As chair of the Tripartite Commission, the ICRC is satisfied with the positive results achieved in this regard. Thanks to the cooperation between the Kuwaiti and Iraqi authorities within the framework of the Tripartite Commission.”

Since the establishment of the Tripartite Committee in 1991 and the Technical Subcommittee that emerged from it in 1994, the two committees have been able to provide comprehensive answers to hundreds of families of people who went missing during the 1990-1991 Gulf War. 

The International Committee of the Red Cross chairs these two committees, which are composed of representatives of the Republic of Iraq, the State of Kuwait, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and the French Republic. 
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