Maliki calls for Kuwait to bear the premium of the "adventures" of Saddam Hussein

6.1.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - Alsumaria News / Baghdad, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Friday, Kuwait to take share of responsibility for "adventures" of Saddam Hussein, and what was considered that the amount of compensation straining Iraq, he described some of the demands Kuwait to "prohibitive." Maliki said in an interview with TV "Sumerian", that "there is a desire U.S. is serious about ending the existence of Iraq under the provisions of Chapter VII," noting that "the node that stands in the saw is the issue of Kuwait, a multi-faceted." He added Maliki said that "there are benefits resulting from the Iraq after the entry of Iraqi forces in Kuwait, including a real concern of missing persons and the burning wells, oil, and which belong to the international resolutions," asserting that "these benefits need to be resolved, particularly the compensation paid by Iraq and we find that the amount of 5% of oil production Ottaghdh a very large, and we paid $ 30 billion and remains Bzmtna 20 billion. " He believed Maliki said that "some of the things required by the Kuwait incapacitating, including with respect Berhevha and the remains of which were killed during the invasion," and wondered, "What benefit from the archive, even if we were we saw him or knew of handed him over What advantage of keeping the remains of the oppressed. " The Council announced support for Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations, in the November 24, 2011, that the Iraqi government is ready to hand over to Kuwait as part of its archives, who lost in 1991, as it is serious in the search for missing Kuwaiti, stressing at the same time those missing disappeared after the fall of the former regime. Maliki called Kuwait to "bear with Iraq, a share of responsibility for the adventures of Saddam Hussein," adding that "there is one issue parked with it are the limits of water was placed on the table of the solution, including the port of Mubarak, which is on the agenda the work of my visit to Kuwait. " The Iraqi government announced, in November 15, 2011, that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's invitation from his Kuwaiti counterpart Nasser Al-Ahmad to visit Kuwait, to discuss outstanding issues between the two countries and find ways to solve them. stressed the United Nations Mission in Iraq, 8 December 2011, that Iraq and Kuwait have made ​​little progress on normalization of bilateral relations, while noting that the two countries expressed their willingness to resolve outstanding problems, expressed hope that the visit of Maliki's visit to Kuwait to resume the work of the Joint Committee. It is noteworthy that the Secretary General of the United Ban Ki-moon urged Iraq on November 16, 2011, to fulfill its obligations to Kuwait, in particular Security Council resolution No. (833) on the demarcation of the border to get out of the penalty provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, as the UN Security Council in December 2010, to keep the immunity to Iraqi funds and extension of the deposit of Iraqi oil revenues into the Development Fund of Iraq to the United Nations to the end of the year 2011, which is a continuation of the policy of imposing sanctions on Iraq under Chapter VII. . Chapter VII of the 13 articles, is the resolution 678, issued in 1990 to expel Iraq from Kuwait by force of the provisions of this chapter, Iraq is still under Tailth because the survival of the issue remains of Kuwaiti prisoners and missing persons in Iraq, and Kuwaiti property, including the archives of the Amiri Diwan and the Diwan of the Crown Prince and the issue of compensation of environmental and oil and which do not relate only to the State of Kuwait but other Arab countries and some companies. The Kuwait began, on the sixth of April 2011, the establishment of the port of Mubarak the Great on the island of Bubiyan near the Iraqi coast, after exactly a year to develop Iraq's transport ministry foundation stone for the construction of the port of Faw, causing the outbreak crisis between the two countries, in a time when there Kuwaitis that Mainahm will have the results of economic and strategic task, confirms officials and Iraqi experts that will reduce the importance of Iraqi ports, and restrict navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah channel leading to the ports of Umm Qasr and Khor Al-Zubair, and make the draft port of Faw no significant value.

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