[ltr]Monday, 24 / November 2014 15:59[/ltr]
UN special envoy in Iraq, Nikolay Mladenov visited Kuwait.
Reports indicated that "Mladenov met with First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah reviewed the tasks and work of the United Nations in Iraq."
Special Representative of the UN during the meeting and praised the efforts of the State of Kuwait in maintaining the security and stability of Iraq and to support international humanitarian efforts there. "
The UN envoy in Iraq, Nikolay Mladenov said during his speech at the UN Security Council meeting, which was held last Tuesday in New York that "the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations are at their best now," expressing the hope that includes his next report to the UN Security Council to achieve significant progress in the file missing Kuwaitis and other nationalities and Archive Kuwait. "
Mladenov said that "during the past four months, and as was the case in the previous 13 months, Iraqis showed their firm commitment to the search for missing Kuwaitis," noting that "the problem of the passage of time and fading memory when it comes to events that had occurred 23 years ago."
He said Mladenov said "exploration leads and extract information from witnesses and informants and dig all the trenches things got a meaningful way in spite of the security situation exhausted," he said. "I wish to assure this Council and the families of the missing, the United Nations Mission will continue to do everything in their power to find those missing." .anthy