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    After canceling the Khor Abdullah agreement.. what will happen to the relationship between Iraq and

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    Post by Rocky Wed 21 Feb 2024, 4:25 am

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    [size=52]After canceling the Khor Abdullah agreement.. what will happen to the relationship between Iraq and Kuwait?[/size]

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    02-20-2024
    A report by the American website I International Relations, on Tuesday, considered that the Khor Abdullah Agreement regarding the navigation rights that separate southern Iraq from northern Kuwait has become void after a decision by the Federal Supreme Court, with the possibility of broader geopolitical repercussions.[/size]
    [size=45]The translated report stated, “The Khor Abdullah Canal is a narrow and shallow estuary that serves as a gateway to most of Iraq’s trade, including its large oil exports, and has long represented a focus of Iraqi grievances regarding the severe restrictions imposed on the country to access the Gulf region, which is a complex dilemma that can be likened to a large garage.” The door is very small. On the southern side, on Boubyan Island in Kuwait, is located the Mubarak Al-Kabeer Port Development Project, which is a Kuwaiti-Chinese project that is part of the Belt and Road Initiative. On the northern side of the canal is the large Al-Faw Port in Iraq, which is scheduled to be the largest. A port in the Middle East.[/size]
    [size=45]The report explained, “The Khor Abdullah Agreement has undoubtedly helped maintain peaceful relations between Iraq and Kuwait. However, the agreement is not popular with many Iraqis, especially in the south of the country, where there is great support for the idea of ​​the Khor Abdullah Canal being “The entirety of it is under Iraqi sovereignty, and in the face of accusations that Iraq made excessive concessions to Kuwait, the Iraqi government has become increasingly assertive in responding to Kuwaiti activities in the canal.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “One of the prominent figures opposed to the current borders was one of the plaintiffs in the case, namely Saud Al-Saadi, a member of the House of Representatives as part of the Rights bloc. Parliamentarians from Rights said that the Iraqi government must now put the court’s decision before the United Nations, and Al-Saadi even called for To take further legal measures that would lead to the rejection of the Iraqi-Kuwaiti border established by UN Security Council Resolution No. 833 in 1993.”[/size]
    [size=45]The report stated, “In a cautious reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision, Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani said that his country wants a solution that is consistent with its constitution and international law, and the clear way to solve this problem is to present a new ratification law to the Iraqi Council of Representatives, but no action has been taken.” Action in this regard, as the Iraqi government believes that it will not obtain the two-thirds majority necessary to adopt such legislation.”[/size]
    [size=45]The report pointed out that “the Iraqi government is now in a critical situation, making its position ambiguous regarding the possible legal implications of the Supreme Court’s decision, but this is understandable, because it cannot reject the ruling as irrelevant for fear of provoking an internal crisis, and it cannot seek to overturn it.” The Khor Abdullah agreement for fear of igniting international anger.”[/size]
    [size=45]It is noteworthy that the Iraqi Federal Court ruled in September 2023 that the Iraqi national law ratifying the 2012 agreement with Kuwait was unconstitutional because it did not receive the necessary support from a two-thirds majority in the Iraqi Parliament. Ended/25 D[/size]
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