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    A Gulf-Russian invitation to Iraq to respect Kuwait's sovereignty and complete border demarcation

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    A Gulf-Russian invitation to Iraq to respect Kuwait's sovereignty and complete border demarcation Empty A Gulf-Russian invitation to Iraq to respect Kuwait's sovereignty and complete border demarcation

    Post by Rocky Tue Jul 11, 2023 7:50 am

    A Gulf-Russian invitation to Iraq to respect Kuwait's sovereignty and complete border demarcation



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    Shafaq News/ The sixth joint ministerial meeting of the strategic dialogue between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and Russia, at the end of the meeting between the ministers in Moscow, called on Iraq to adhere to the sovereignty of the State of Kuwait and not to violate international resolutions and agreements, especially Security Council Resolution No. 833 regarding the demarcation of the borders between the two countries and the agreement Regulating maritime navigation in Khawr Abdullah.
    The Foreign Minister of the Sultanate of Oman, Badr bin Hamad bin Hamoud al-Busaidi, headed the Gulf side in the Moscow meeting, while the Russian side was chaired by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, with the participation of the foreign ministers of the GCC countries, along with the Secretary-General of the Cooperation Council, Jassem Muhammad Abdullah Al-Budaiwi.



    According to the final statement issued by the Moscow meeting, the ministers stressed the importance of Iraq's commitment to the sovereignty of the State of Kuwait and non-violation of international resolutions and agreements, especially Security Council Resolution No. 833 regarding the demarcation of the borders between the two countries and the agreement regulating maritime navigation in Khor Abdullah, concluded between the two countries and deposited with the United Nations. The ministers stressed the need to complete the demarcation of the maritime borders between the Republic of Iraq and the State of Kuwait beyond mark 162.
    The ministers expressed their support for Security Council Resolution No. 2107, regarding the transfer of the file of prisoners and missing persons, Kuwaiti property and the national archives to the United Nations Mission (UNAMI), expressing the aspiration for Iraq to continue cooperation to ensure progress in all files, and calling on Iraq and the United Nations to exert maximum efforts in order to reach a solution. solution towards those files.
    In addition, the ministers welcomed the agreement of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Iran on the efforts and mediation of the Sultanate of Oman, the Republic of Iraq and the Republic of China, which included the resumption of diplomatic relations between the two countries, expressing their hope that this agreement would constitute a positive step to resolve differences and end all regional disputes through dialogue and diplomatic means.
    The ministers stressed the importance of establishing relations between countries on the basis of understanding, mutual respect, good neighborliness, respect for sovereignty, non-interference in internal affairs, and adherence to the United Nations Charter and international laws and norms.
    The ministers affirmed their support for de-escalation and confidence-building measures between the countries of the region in order to enhance and ensure security in this strategically important region of the world.
    The ministers also stressed the importance of preserving maritime security and the security of waterways in the region, and addressing threats to maritime shipping lines, international trade, and oil installations in the GCC countries.
    On Syria, the ministers stressed the importance of preserving the territorial integrity, independence, unity and sovereignty of the Syrian Republic, and expressed their support for the efforts of the Special Envoy for Syria Geir Pedersen, stressing the need for more international efforts to support the United Nations mediation in a peace process among the Syrians to achieve a permanent settlement of the Syrian crisis in accordance with relevant Security Council resolutions.
     The ministers also stressed the importance of the role of the Syrian Constitutional Committee, and expressed their support for the efforts made to provide care for Syrian refugees and displaced persons, and work to ensure their safe return to their cities and villages in accordance with international standards.
     The Ministers strongly rejected any attempts to make demographic changes in Syria, in addition, they stressed the importance of providing unhindered humanitarian access to all Syrians in need across the country.
    With the aim of helping improve the humanitarian situation in Syria and achieving progress in a political settlement, the ministers called on the international community, the United Nations and its humanitarian agencies to increase their assistance to Syria.
    In addition, the ministers welcomed the Arab efforts to resolve the crisis in Syria in a step-for-step manner, as agreed upon during the Amman meeting on the crisis in Syria on May 1, 2023. The ministers also welcomed the decision of the League of Arab States regarding the resumption of the participation of the Syrian government in the meetings of institutions League, and the ministers expressed their hope that the Syrian government would take the initiative and start taking all necessary steps to reach a comprehensive solution to the crisis.
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