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    Government: there is no new agreement on the demarcation of the border with Kuwait

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    Post by Hkp1 Wed 13 Mar 2013, 8:48 pm

    Government: there is no new agreement on the demarcation of the border with Kuwait


    Ali Abdullah -13/03/2013-9: 12 pm


    Legal
    Advisor to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the absence of any new
    agreement between the Iraqi and Kuwaiti Government on border demarcation
    between the two countries, noting that Ward is the application of UN
    Security Council resolution 338 of 1994 is binding on Iraq.


    He
    said Fadhil Mohammed Jawad, told journalists, "any new agreement does
    not exist between the Iraqi and Kuwaiti Government regarding the
    demarcation of the border, and what flow is the maintenance of border
    pillars, which falls under the application of UN Security Council
    resolution 833, which is binding on Iraq."

    "The UN Security
    Council resolution 833 is unjust is taken from the land, water wells and
    Iraq to Kuwait, but the Iraqi Government has no choice but to apply UN
    Security Council resolution."


    "The Iraqi Government is trying to
    get out of Chapter VII and the Secretary-General of the United Nations
    said Iraq provided encouragement to meet its obligations to the UN
    Security Council resolution."

    And the legal adviser to the Prime
    Minister noted that "neither the Government nor the people with this
    decision but the Government is obliged to apply it,
    and legal experts
    are well aware of what the State does not apply UN Security Council
    resolutions", stating that "any alternative is not available to the
    Iraqi Government and the International Court is imprecise as not
    competent in this matter."

    And the Directorate of Safwan area on
    28 February criticized the past work of the Commission on maintaining
    Iraq border pillars and Kuwait with Iraqi officials and Kuwaiti
    nationals.

    Some criticized the political blocs and the local
    administration in Basra province, the demarcation of the boundary
    between Iraq and Kuwait, with some politicians demanded to convene an
    emergency session of Parliament to discuss the issue

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    Post by Hkp1 Wed 13 Mar 2013, 8:49 pm

    Iraqi Govt has no choice but to apply it... It's also binding, ... I like it :)
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    Post by Rocky Thu 14 Mar 2013, 7:52 am

    Government: There are new agreement on the demarcation of the border with Kuwait


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    Ali Abdullah - 03/13/2013 - 9:12 pm |


    Legal Counsel confirmed to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the absence of any new agreement between the Iraqi and Kuwaiti government on the demarcation of the border between the two countries, pointing out that what is happening now is the application of UN Security Council resolution No. 833 for the year 1994 is binding on Iraq.

    Said Fadel Mohammed Jawad, Wednesday, told journalists "any new agreement does not exist between the Iraqi and Kuwaiti government on the demarcation of the border, and what is happening now is the maintenance of border pillars and which fall within the application of UN Security Council Resolution No. 833 binding to Iraq."


    He added that "the UN Security Council resolution No. 833 is an unjust decision is taken from land and water wells in Iraq and awarded to Kuwait, but the Iraqi government does not have any choice but to apply UN Security Council resolution."


    He continued that "the Iraqi government is seeking to emerge from Chapter VII of the UN Secretary-General reiterated its encouragement to the United Iraq provided fulfill its obligations to the UN Security Council resolution."


    He pointed adviser to Prime Minister legal that "neither the government nor the people with this decision, but the government is obliged applied, and legal experts are well aware of what the resulting state that does not apply UN Security Council resolutions," noting that "no alternative is available in front of the Iraqi government and going to court International is inaccurate because they are not competent in this matter. "


    And the Directorate of Safwan criticized hand, on February 28 last, the work of the Commission maintenance of border pillars between Iraq and Kuwait, which included Iraqi and Kuwaiti officials.


    And criticized by some political blocs and the local administration in the province of Basra demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait, while some politicians demanded to convene an emergency session of the House of Representatives to discuss the issue.

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