Zebari briefs US & British Ambassadors on Kuwait arrangements and CH VII progress
Posted: June 13, 2013 in Iraq: Chapter VII, Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Baghdad, Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, Foreign minister, Hoshyar Zebari, Iraq, kuwait, Simon Collis, United Nations Security Council

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Zebari and us and British ambassadors to discuss arrangements for the departure of Iraq from Chapter VII
13-06-2013 01:29 PM

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Baghdad (newsletter). Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari discussed with u.s. Ambassador to Iraq Robert bikrovit Ambassador of Iraq exit arrangements United Kingdom [Nations] Chapter VII.

His statement received (News Agency) a copy of it: that Zebari and ambassadors reviewed the ongoing deliberations in the Security Council on a new resolution in the Security Council on Iraq meets international fulfillment to the State of Kuwait as a prelude to exit Iraq from Chapter VII.

He said: the Iraqi Government and the Ministry will expand its consultations with the permanent five members and all the members of the Security Council during the coming period to help support Iraq


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Zebari confers with the US and UK ambassadors,the fulfill of Iraq of its obligations for the UN resolutions regarding Kuwait.
13/06/2013 14:59:00

Baghdad / NINA /–Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari confered with Robert Steven Beckeroft the U.S. ambassador and Simon Collis the British Ambassador to Iraq together at the headquarters of Foreign Ministry today the ongoing deliberations in the Security Council to issue a new resolution by the S. C about Iraq’s fulfilling of its international obligations to Kuwait as a prelude to move Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII of the UN chart.

According to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, “Zebari pointed out during talks with the two ambassadors that Iraqi government especially the Foreign ministry will expand its consultations with five permanent members and all members of the Security Council during the coming period to help and support Iraq in its endeavor.


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