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    Are Iraq and Kuwait heading to international courts regarding {Khor Abdullah}? The Parliamentary For

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    Post by Rocky Sun 10 Sep 2023, 7:16 am

    Are Iraq and Kuwait heading to international courts regarding {Khor Abdullah}? The Parliamentary Foreign Ministry responds
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    {Politics: Al-Furat News} The Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee clarified today, Sunday, that Iraq and Kuwait will go to international arbitration if the Khor Abdullah issue is not settled.
    Haider Al-Salami, a member of the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, told {Al-Furat News}: “We find it difficult to settle the issue of Khor Abdullah with the Kuwaiti side, and this issue, we believe, will remain suspended without a solution, in addition to the existence of other solutions or experiences, such as the two parties going to international arbitration to have "The measures inside Iraq are illegal."
    He added, "There is a possibility that there will be an international cancellation of it, but the existence of an explicit legal clause canceling the agreement can only be done with the consent of both parties."
    The Federal Supreme Court in Iraq ruled to invalidate the “Khor Abdullah Agreement” regulating maritime navigation in the waters of the Gulf between Iraq and Kuwait.
    The text of the decision stated that it decided in its session held last Monday, in the case No. (105 and consolidated No. 194/Federal/2023), to rule that the law ratifying the agreement between the government of the Republic of Iraq and the government of the State of Kuwait regarding the regulation of maritime navigation in Khor Abdullah No. (42) of the year was unconstitutional. 2013.
     The court issued its decision in violation of the provisions of Article (61/Fourth) of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq, which stipulates: “The process of ratifying international treaties and agreements shall be regulated by a law enacted by a two-thirds majority of the members of the House of Representatives.”
    What is the Khor Abdullah Agreement?
    The "Khor Abdullah" agreement to regulate maritime navigation between Iraq and Kuwait is an international agreement that was ratified in Baghdad, on November 25, 2013, in implementation of Resolution No. 388 issued by the Security Council after several resolutions following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990.
    The agreement stipulates that the waters of Khor Abdullah will be divided equally between the two countries, based on United Nations Security Council Resolution No. 833 issued in 1993, which redrawn the borders in the wake of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.
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