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Ban Ki-moon to the owners: the United Nations will do its utmost to remove Iraq from Chapter VII
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We meet Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a telephone call from UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon informing him that the United Almm is the will what it can in order to remove Iraq from Chapter VII.
The Kuwaiti delegation headed by Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah visited Iraq on Wednesday at the head of a high level delegation signed several agreements and memoranda of understanding announced during talks Iraqi and Kuwaiti officials said the two governments had asked of Mendobhma UN interview Ban Ki-moon and informed agreement of the two countries and Iraq fully implemented the obligations imposed on it under Chapter VII by the Security Council resolutions and the demand of the secretary-general of the UN report it to the Security Council to raise the terms of Chapter VII of Iraq.
A statement by the prime minister's office received news agency public opinion a copy of it on Thursday, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki received yesterday evening a phone call from the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon welcomed the latter in which the progress made in bilateral relations between Iraq and Kuwait, and assured the Prime Minister that The United Nations will work their best in order to remove Iraq from Chapter VII. "
He added that "the Secretary-General for the Iraqi government's efforts to resolve all the problems inherited from the previous regime with the countries of the world, especially neighboring countries."
For his part, "the Prime Minister praised the role of the UN and its support for the positions of Iraq, especially in his efforts to get out of Chapter VII."
The Secretary General of the United Nations, had telephoned with the Emir of Kuwait, also on the same subject before that receives representatives of Iraq and Kuwait in the international organization to request the kimono remove Iraq from Chapter VII of the UN Security Council.