High Joint Committee meeting, the Iraqi-Kuwaiti postponed until next week
Sun 04/15/2012 22:06

Baghdad (news) .. Joint Committee postponed the Iraq-Kuwait meeting until next week after it was scheduled for today.

A source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (agency news) said on Sunday: that the Higher Committee Joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti postponed its meeting until next week after it was scheduled to be held on Sunday, as a result of travel and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari out of Iraq and the preoccupation with the Kuwaiti side a number of domestic issues.

The source added: that an agreement was between Iraq and Kuwait to postpone the meeting, to be held exclusively in the next week, and the presence of the two countries' foreign ministers and members of the Committee to discuss the outstanding issues between the two sides and by the exit that satisfies both parties.

The Iraq and Kuwait have agreed to hold a second session of the Joint Higher Committee in Baghdad, Iraq-Kuwait during the first half of the month this April under the chairmanship of the Foreign Ministers of both countries.

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi delegation headed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during his visit to Kuwait held detailed discussions with the Emir of Kuwait on the overall issues of Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations was reached a number of understandings on the settlement of the debt owed by Iraqi Airways and the completion of a final settlement and stop the Kuwaiti side all lawsuits and claims the company's legal and property in Iraq.

He said Iraq's commitment to Balaqrart binding international to complete the process of maintaining signs of the land border between the two countries and begin the implementation of its obligations towards the UN, also discussed the issue of freedom of navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah and cooperation to ensure the rights of the parties through joint administration and not to inflict any damage to the interests of both sides.

And through the Iraqi side about the importance of bilateral cooperation in Siebel to ensure Iraq would emerge fully from the provisions of Chapter VII of the way to full normalization of relations on the basis of respect for sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity, mutual respect and activation of common interests and look forward to a prosperous future for the two brotherly peoples. / Finished