Maliki in Kuwait and claims in Baghdad presented the results of the visit to the parliament
Posted 14/03/2012 06:46 PM

BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation"
Coinciding with the arrival of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Wednesday to Kuwait and the announcement of the coalition "of state law," the signing of an agreement to demarcate the border between the two countries compared to extinguish the debt of Kuwait, called for the circles of political and parliamentary presented the results of negotiations between the two sides in front of Parliament, expressing concern about the "make more concessions on the the expense of national interests. "

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki today hosted by the Emir of Kuwait (AFP)

The MP for the alliance "center" Mohammad Iqbal said, "Iraq's desire to get out of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations alone would not suffice, and assumes that the visit should be drawn accurately and to inform the House of Representatives on the contents and files that will be discussed, and especially after announcing the outskirts of Kuwait it willing to compromise on the debt owed by Iraq for the demarcation of the borders between country, "adding that" the Security Council resolutions issued against Iraq as a loser in the second Gulf War, and the former regime underwent both international conditions to be in power and is not reasonable to pay Iraq the price for past mistakes " .

Iqbal pointed out that "many members of the House of Representatives will demand to host the officials for its information on the results of Maliki's visit to Kuwait, and will reject any agreement to vote on damaging national interests."

The leader of the Islamic Dawa Party MP from the state law on the Keywords stressed that "Kuwait expressed its desire to extinguish the debt for the demarcation of the border," he said, adding that "the prime minister ready to sign this agreement," will sign Maliki to this Agreement formally with the Kuwaiti side and then submit it to Parliament Iraqi approval. "

In turn, called the leader of the Iraqi Communist Party Jassim Hilfi Kuwait to understand the new situation in Iraq and support a manner that achieves the common interests of religion: "No one denies the negative consequences of the invasion of the former regime of Kuwait paid for the Iraqi people and is still looking forward to the position of Kuwaiti supportive of the country out of Chapter VII, It is appropriate to understand that the Kuwaiti brothers turn the page on the past and settlement files and problems between the two countries must be made through the adoption of the dialogue between the two countries, "stressing" the need to preserve national interests in the signing of any agreement between the two countries. "

For his part, MP for the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Optimizer Sadoun, a member of the legal representative believes to reject Parliament ratify any agreement not serve the Iraqi people: "Parliament is the owner of the sole right to the ratification of the conventions of Iraq's foreign, and can not pass any agreement damaging to national interests," describing Maliki's visit to Kuwait as important to achieve convergence over between the two countries: "The visit is important for the development of Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations, and will achieve more convergence may lead to resolution of outstanding issues, the demarcation of the border, debt and other problems are found many files stuck and complex, and certainly will be and must be resolved."