[size=36]Kuwaiti dissatisfaction with an Iraqi deputy called for the protection of fishermen by spreading the crowd in minority waters[/size]
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And the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) said that "the Deputy Foreign Minister, Ambassador Majdi Al-Dhafiri, met today, Wednesday, with the Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq to the State of Kuwait, Al-Manhal Al-Safi. During the meeting, a number of aspects of bilateral relations between the two countries were discussed."
The meeting dealt with "the recent statements of a member of the Iraqi parliament regarding the allegations of attacks on Iraqi fishermen."
During the meeting, the Kuwaiti Deputy Foreign Minister expressed "Kuwait's rejection and dissatisfaction with these statements, which do not reflect the strength of brotherly relations between the two countries and do not take into account the principles of good neighborliness," stressing that
He praised the existing and continuous cooperation between the Kuwaiti Coast Guard and the Iraqi Navy in addressing the violations of Iraqi fishermen in Kuwaiti territorial waters, "according to the statement.
Statements by a member of the Iraqi Parliament from Basra Governorate Alaa Al-Haidari, which included direct threats to Kuwait, provoked resentment and indignation from Kuwait
's representatives. Deputy Al-Haidari, during a press conference, part of which was shared on social media, where he touched on the issue of Iraqi fishermen, accusing the Kuwaiti Coast Guard forces of the Ministry of Interior, which are responsible for protecting coasts and territorial waters, of assaulting, torturing and torturing Iraqi fishermen in the “Faw” area and causing the death of one of them.
Representative Al-Haidari demanded the deployment of a force from the 7th Marine Brigade of the Popular Mobilization Authority in the Faw region to protect Iraqi fishermen in the territorial waters from what he called "Kuwaiti abuses", to conclude his speech with a message he addressed to the Kuwaiti Coast Guard, in which he said, "If you do not behave, we will discipline you in our own way." Ended 29/R77