Source: al-Maliki and agreed to the installation and maintenance of border markers with Kuwait and the evening concludes visit

Sumerian News / Baghdad
, a source of political beginning, Wednesday, the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki ended the negotiations with his Kuwaiti counterpart Jaber Al-Mubarak agreement to re-install and maintenance of border signs, and while pointing out that the two sides agreed to hold a joint higher committee meeting after the end of the Baghdad summit, he stressed Maliki will conclude his visit to Kuwait, this evening, after the signing of the agreement settling the issue of airlines. source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News" that "Iraq and Kuwait agreed to install and maintenance of border markers and the payment of Baghdad Atzamadtha Finance of the United Nations under resolution 833," asserting that "The agreement on the border issue is one of the most important issues that will contribute to raise Iraq from the list of Chapter VII of the United Nations." said the source, who requested anonymity, that "al-Maliki and his Kuwaiti counterpart also agreed to resume meetings of the Iraqi-Kuwaiti Supreme after the end of the Arab Summit and the implementation of record which was agreed upon in this visit. " The source pointed out that "al-Maliki will conclude his visit to Kuwait at eight o'clock this evening, after the signing of the agreement settling the issue of Iraqi Airways," noting that "the ministers of finance, transport, Rafie al-Issawi and Hadi al-Amiri will sign the agreement with counterparts Kuwaitis. " , said media advisor to Prime Minister Ali al-Moussawi said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki discussed during the visit all the outstanding issues between the two countries and agreed with the Kuwaiti side on the basis of the general framework to resolve all issues within the timetables short. " and the al-Moussawi said the two sides agreed to "form joint committees to reach a final resolution to resolve the outstanding issues between the two countries," pointing out that "the Iraqi delegation to touch the will of the Avenue of the Kuwaiti side in the talks to resolve all outstanding issues." The al-Moussawi said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", earlier on Wednesday that Iraq and Kuwait agreed to settle the issue of compensation Kuwait Airways by paying $ 500 million, stressing that the agreement was based on two parts, the first text to be paid in Iraq is part of the amount in compensation in cash, The text of the second to allocate a portion of the amount of the founding airlines shared with Kuwait. and demanded that Kuwait Iraq since the invasion in 1990 to pay $ 1.2 billion, in compensation for seizing 17 aircraft belonging to Kuwait Airways, and led this file to the political problems between Iraq and Kuwait following the recent lawsuits against Iraqi Airways to freeze their funds in Jordan and Britain in early 2010, which led later to take the Iraqi Council of Ministers decided in May of the same year the liquidation and cancellation of the company and offered for sale to companies, civil, and also decided to cancel all the administrative structures associated , while retaining its staff after the sale to a private company. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki arrived earlier on Wednesday (14 March 2012), on top of high-level delegation to Kuwait on an official visit will last for two days, where he will meet officials Kuwaitis to discuss many of the outstanding issues between the two sides. The Ministry of Transport in (28 May 2011), that Kuwait has frozen more than a million and a half million dollars belonging to Iraqi Airways in Jordan, while Kuwait called not to enter any party to the outstanding problems between the two countries, called for Jordan to take positive attitudes. and detained the British authorities, in (April 25, 2010), an Iraqi aircraft flew from Baghdad to London after the cessation of flights between the two countries as long as 20 years old, and was on board, 30 passengers of Iraqis and foreigners, including Transport Minister Amir Abdul-Jabbar, director of Iraqi Airways Kifah Hassan, who was detained last by the British judicial authorities, because of the action on the Kuwaiti damage to the aircraft by the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, demanding payment of one billion and 200 million for Kuwait Airways. and demanded that the Kuwaiti company in front of London's High Court to pay Iraq $ 2 , 1 billion dollars, and asked the struggle of good to detect the property of his company, under oath, charging through the attorneys Kuwait Airways David Schori, Iraqi Airways to refuse to fulfill their obligations and perjury oath, fraud and mislead the court. as authorities refused to Qatar and Oman, in (November 24, 2010), to allow a plane and the Minister of Transport, the former Iraqi Amer Abdul-Jabbar, which was carrying a delegation belonging to the Ministry and a number of Iraqi journalists to get out in their territories, while pointing via satellite Sumerian, which was part of the delegation that the rejection of Qatar and Oman to receive the Iraqi plane was due to lack of prior coordination between the Ministry and the competent authorities of the the two countries and has been to Kuwait asked the UN Security Council, in July of 2009, before its meeting to discuss Iraq's international obligations not to remove Iraq from the list of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations before Aeva˙h all its obligations, especially in the cases of compensation, prisoners and missing Kuwaitis and its emphasis on the need to respect Iraq with resolution 833 judge the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait after the Iraqi objections that appear from time to time on the demarcation of the border, and then reiterated the same demands during this week on the lips of a number of deputies Kuwaitis. It is noteworthy that Iraq is under since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations imposed after the invasion of the regime of President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to large amounts of frozen assets of financial international banks for the payment of compensation to those affected by the invasion of Kuwait.