Kuwait and Iraq sign agreement tonight dropping lawsuits and verdicts for Iraqi Airways Wednesday, March 14 /

[Baghdad - where]

Kuwait was the night at the signing of an agreement between Iraq and Kuwait spend to drop lawsuits and judgments on Iraqi Airways.

The signing of the agreement was attended by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the mission of honor accompanying advisor in the Office of the Prime Minister of Kuwait Faisal Al-Hajji.

The agreement was signed by Kuwaiti Minister of Communications and Salem Mthieb Alavena for the Iraqi Transport Minister Hadi al-Amiri.

According to a statement to the media adviser to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the agreement that was Alnousel him the value of [500] million to settle the debt back to the period of the previous regime's invasion of Kuwait in 1991, prohibits the State of Kuwait from Iraqi Airways flights to the West.

And Ali al-Moussawi said that "Iraq will pay under the agreement [300] million in cash to invest and Kuwait [200] million in other airline Kuwaiti-Iraqi operation."

He added that "Kuwait in return will stop the legal proceedings against Iraqi Airways."

The deal is a sign for the settlement of a long list of problems between the two countries, Maliki announced that he found the day of the Kuwaiti desire and will to resolve all outstanding issues between the two countries. / End