Al-Asa'ib is "angry" about border demarcation: Kuwait was an Iraqi judiciary and today it is expanding on it[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 12:5[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Today, Monday, the representative of the Sadiqoun Hassan Salem bloc confirmed that Kuwait is expanding on Iraq, after it was a district belonging to it.
Salem said in a press conference in Parliament and its follow-up (Baghdad Today), that "Kuwait's measures were very harsh on the Iraqi people, and the previous border demarcation was unjust and unfair," noting that "Khor Abdullah is Iraqi and was cut off from Iraq because of the unjust United Nations decision."
He pointed out that "there are Kuwaiti desires to demarcate the border again with Iraq," explaining that "most of those negotiating with Kuwait are bribes, and this caused the deduction of lands from Iraq."
Salem continued, "More than 11 parliamentary questions were directed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to find out its procedures regarding border demarcation, and we demand the dissolution of committees 110 and 123 because they did not perform their role properly, in addition to our demand to dissolve committees 110 and 123 because they did not perform their role properly."
He pointed out that "Chinese companies offered Iraq great economic benefits, but the director of ports refused," adding that "there is a conspiracy to kill and strangle the port of Faw, and the government is required to intervene."
He went on to say that "the director of ports lingered in his work, and we submitted many complaints against him to the judiciary," calling for "the dismissal of the director of ports and holding the former minister of transportation accountable, and we will stand against any project that harms Iraq."