Turkey: Iraq out of Chapter VII is an important step towards strengthening relations between the two countries
Sunday, 30 June 2013 09: 27
Turkey returned exit Iraq from Chapter VII is an important step towards strengthening relations with, and will contribute positively to the peace and stability of the region.
The Security Council last Thursday voted overwhelmingly to exit Iraq from international sanctions imposed under the provisions of Chapter VII, after the invasion of the former regime of Kuwait in 1990.
According to the Turkish Embassy in Baghdad, according to a statement received all Iraq IGN on, "we are grateful to the United Nations Council resolution No. 2107 on 27 June 2013, adopted unanimously, to remove Iraq from Chapter VII [obligations of Security Council resolution No. 1284 in 1999] and entered in chapter VI.
The statement lauded "the constructive cooperation and effort made by the Iraqi and Kuwaiti authorities to take this decision, stating," we believe that this decision, which constitutes an important step towards strengthening neighbourly relations between Iraq and Turkey will contribute positively to the peace, stability and security of the region, our country will continue to support efforts to resolve other problems between Iraq and Turkey as soon as possible. "
The departure of Iraq from Chapter VII would make him able to manage its assets without an international trusteeship, it will return to normal in the international community in terms of processing, in particular the health and manufacturing, especially of light weapons, medium and heavy, but internationally prohibited. ended.
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