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    Saudi delegation to visit Iraq soon to discuss swapping prisoners

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    Post by notazbad2000 Thu 21 Mar 2013, 5:04 am

    Saudi delegation to visit Iraq soon to discuss swapping prisoners


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    Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) -A delegation from the Saudi Arabia will visit Iraq soon to discuss the file of swapping prisoners between Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
    The Iraqi Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Ghanim Alwan al-Jumaili, stated to al-Riyadh Saudi Newspaper “The high-level delegation will meet the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, and the Speaker, Osama al-Nijaifi, to settle the humanitarian file of swapping detainees.”
    “The visit indicates the Saudi adherence to solve this important file as we hope to result in positive results,” he continued.
    “The number of the Saudi prisoners in Iraq reached 62 prisoners where some of them were released,” he concluded.


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    Saudi delegation to visit Iraq soon to discuss swapping prisoners  Empty A high-level Saudi delegation to visit Iraq soon to discuss an exchange of prisoners

    Post by Hkp1 Thu 21 Mar 2013, 9:11 am

    A high-level Saudi delegation to visit Iraq soon to discuss an exchange of prisoners


    Thursday, 21 March 2013 10: 23


    Saudi Arabia announced Sunday that a Saudi delegation would visit Iraq soon to discuss an exchange of prisoners.

    And
    the Iraqi Ambassador to Saudi Arabia said Ghanim Alwan Al-jumaily told
    Riyadh Saudi Arabia "Saudi high-level delegation will visit Iraq, it
    represents [Barney] Saudi Interior Ministry agent, consists of
    representatives from a number of relevant government agencies to subject
    prisoners, representatives of families of prisoners in Iraq."

    "The
    delegation will meet Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Parliament Speaker
    Osama Al-nujaifi to discuss ending the humanitarian prisoner exchange
    between the two countries."

    The Iraqi Ambassador said that "this
    decision is a clear indication of interest and keenness of the Saudi
    King and Crown Prince to end this humanitarian issue is important, and
    we hope that this visit nearby positive results."

    The number of prisoners in Iraq [62] prisoners in different prisons in Iraq, some of whom have been released. "

    A
    delegation from Saudi Arabia visited on [17 March] prison Sousse city
    of Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdish region to assess conditions [20]
    prisoners.

    The Iraqi-Saudi Security Committee of high-level
    signed mid-February trade agreement [166] a Saudi and Iraqi prisoners in
    jails in both countries, to enter into force in a maximum period of 30
    days from the date of signature of the agreement, the Interior Minister,
    Mohammed bin Nayef, the Deputy Interior Minister Adnan Al-Assadi,
    during the latter's visit to Riyadh in late last November 2012 to set up
    a joint Commission to meet in Saudi Arabia to activate the process of
    transferring sentenced to penalties of deprivation of liberty in the
    context of regional conventions And between the two countries, in
    accordance with the principle of reciprocity, and consistent with the
    laws and regulations applicable in Saudi Arabia and Iraq..

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