Deputy Liberal calls for Gulf states to be the positions of the Arab Summit Kuwait attitude
Saturday, February 11, 2012 17:05

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates called MP for the Liberal bloc Resan Abdul-Hussein, the Gulf states to have its positive attitude of the Arab Summit Kuwait, stressing the need to dissolve the political blocs differences before the summit.

Resan said, in a statement received by the Euphrates {News} a copy of it today, "The Arab summit to be held in Baghdad at the end of next month to serve Iraq and significantly in all levels, whether political, economic, or security."

He added that "the political blocs in Iraq must come out clear and unified position, and melt their differences before the summit."

And is expected to hold the Arab summit in March, 29 of the next in the capital Baghdad after it was supposed to be held last year following a request to postpone held to the year 2012.

He called Resan, the Gulf states that "the position of holding the summit in Baghdad, a positive attitude Kalmoagaf Kuwait." He said, "officially only Saudi Arabia and Qatar to have reservations to hold the Arab summit in Baghdad and that Iraqi diplomacy is working to find a ground mounted and Arab support for official representation at the highest levels from before the Arab summit in Baghdad expected ".

The Kuwaiti Information Minister Hamad Jaber Al-Ali Al-Sabah, said that "the pressure on Iraq to make concessions on outstanding issues between the two countries in order to attend the Arab summit in Baghdad is not the policy of Kuwait, and that all who believe that contrary to fact and logic." Asserting that "the positions of Iraq to Syria will not affect our participation in the Arab summit in Baghdad, as some believe."