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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces the closure of 30 files of missing Kuwaitis

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces the closure of 30 files of missing Kuwaitis Empty The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces the closure of 30 files of missing Kuwaitis

Post by rocky Sat 04 Dec 2021, 5:43 am

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces the closure of 30 files of missing Kuwaitis

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{Local: Al Furat News} The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the closure of the file of 30 missing Kuwaitis as a result of the brutal Saddam invasion of their country in the early nineties of the last century.
A statement by the ministry stated that "the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Multilateral Affairs and Legal Affairs, Qahtan Taha Khalaf, headed the Iraqi delegation, which includes in its membership representatives from the Ministries of Defense and Health to participate in the work of the meetings of the Tripartite Committee (52) session and the Technical Subcommittee (118) session concerned with searching for missing Iraqis and Kuwaitis. As a result of the second Gulf War in 1991, held in the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Amman, for the period 11/29-2021/12/2, headed by the International Committee of the Red Cross.” Representatives of the sisterly State of Kuwait, the sisterly Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, and the United States participated in the meeting. The United States and the Republic of France, in the presence of representatives of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), as an observer.
According to the statement, the meetings dealt with "discussing the efforts made in the search and investigation of the missing, as the Iraqi official expressed the keenness of the Iraqi government and people to exert the utmost levels of cooperation based on brotherhood and in line with Iraq's international obligations in this regard and the requirements of this humanitarian file."
During these meetings, 30 files of missing persons whose remains were found in the Muthanna Desert (Samawa) during the years 2019 and 2020, were closed, and their identities were identified after matching the DNA with their families. 
The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its sincere condolences and solidarity with their families, asking God Almighty to inspire their families patience and solace, and to dwell in their vast gardens, stressing that it “will spare no effort to continue working with the rest of the concerned Iraqi institutions and brothers in the State of Kuwait and friendly countries in cooperating in order to reach To the lofty goals of ending this humanitarian file.

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