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    Expert: Kuwait ignored Iraq by inviting Iran to negotiate the Dorra field

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    Post by Rocky Mon 10 Jul 2023, 5:30 am

    [size=45][size=41]Expert: Kuwait ignored Iraq by inviting Iran to negotiate the Dorra field[/size]
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    The border demarcation specialist, retired Major General Jamal al-Halbousi, explained the problems of the Dorra oil field in the Arabian Gulf, which is shared by Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Iran.
    Al-Halbousi said in a press interview seen by Taqaddam, “The issue of the Dorra oil field began with Kuwait drawing up a map by Emiri Decree No. 317 of 2014, in which it transgressed Iraq’s maritime sovereignty.”
    Al-Halbousi added, “Kuwait sent this Amiri decree to Iran to invite it for the purpose of negotiating the Dorra field, in clear diplomatic disregard for Iraq’s rights to sovereignty over its lands and waters,” noting that “Kuwait cannot demarcate the borders with Iran before demarcating them with Iraq.”
    And the border demarcation expert stated, “The real problem is inside Iraq, in terms of ignoring the sovereign border file and not putting it forward except by advisors affiliated with non-specialized parties, and from here Kuwait sets out to mislead public opinion by colluding with servants in exchange for aid or aid to specific parties that have the decision to influence.” On the maritime and land reality regarding the borders.
    The retired Major General stressed that “whoever draws one meter after the mark 162 in the middle of Khor Abdullah is a traitor to Iraq, and what was taken of land and water is bribery, complicity and servitude,” pointing out that “we must reconsider Resolution 833 issued by the Security Council (and the resolution was mentioned That the United Nations Committee for Border Planning between Iraq and Kuwait did not redistribute the lands, but for the first time set an accurate determination of the coordinates of the borders between Kuwait and Iraq on the basis of the agreement concluded between the two countries in 1963) because it deducted lands and waters that are not the right of Kuwait, which exploits every circumstance to obtain Illegitimate gains at the expense of Iraq's sovereignty.
    Iraq withdrew from the border demarcation negotiations in 1993, on the basis of which Security Council Resolution 833 was issued, in the presence of Kuwait and the United Nations only.
    Jamal al-Halbousi, a specialist in border demarcation, concluded by saying: “Thus, Iraq will concede the Dorra oil field to Kuwait and Iran.” public, in addition to a lack of awareness and culture and a weak understanding of the nature of borders and their responsibilities.”
    And the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry had confirmed earlier that the marine area in which the Dorra field is located is located in the marine areas of the State of Kuwait, and that the natural resources in it are shared between his country and Saudi Arabia, which alone have exclusive rights to the natural wealth in the Dorra field.
    It also renewed its call - to the Iranian side - to start negotiations on the demarcation of the maritime borders between the Kuwaiti and Saudi sides as one negotiating party in exchange for the Iranian side.
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