Chapter VII, 4 files, the top Iraqi-Kuwaiti talks
Date: Monday 30/4/2012 9:30

Baghdad / Iyad al-Tamimi
five files, topped the Iraqi-Kuwaiti committee meetings that began yesterday in Baghdad and a two-day. And gave Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during a meeting with Kuwaiti delegation, a big boost to the success of meetings and the development of bilateral relations, when he emphasized that Iraq is touching the Kuwaiti real desire to overcome the problems between the two sides,

The start of a large delegation of Kuwaiti businessmen to visit Baghdad next month.
revealed the Force Commander, Marine Lt. Gen. Ali Hussein, that the meetings of joint committees will yield the signing of memoranda of understanding between the two countries.
The commander of the naval force, a member of the ministerial committee to discuss outstanding issues with the Kuwaiti side " The committee meetings will examine the development of operational mechanisms for the maintenance of border markers after that agreement was reached on this issue during the visit of Prime Minister in addition to a file port Mubarak, Kuwait and the port of Faw, in addition to an Iraqi cooperation Kuwait on political issues, especially how to help Kuwait to Iraq out of Chapter VII , and activation of the files the economic and investment, as well as a debt and reparations.
Hussein added to the reporter (range) content in the Rashid Hotel - the venue of the first round of talks - "The round of talks on its first day started well and there is smooth flow of high-parties."
The Force Commander Navy to "the two sides declared ratified their intentions to raise topics of political influence on the future of the two countries", referring to the priority of the talks help the Kuwaiti side in how to remove Iraq from Chapter VII. For his part, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Kuwait Sabah Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, on Sunday, his country's readiness to resolve all the issues on the agenda of the joint higher committee with Iraq, while Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki expressed optimism the outcome of the meeting of the Joint Committee which was held yesterday in Baghdad. said in a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office, and obtained ( range), a copy of that Nuri al-Maliki "Receive Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah and his accompanying delegation," noting that "Kuwaiti Foreign Minister stressed his country's readiness to resolve all the issues on the agenda of the Iraqi joint, which was held today (yesterday) in Baghdad. "
The statement added that "Kuwaiti Foreign Minister emphasized that the Kuwaiti delegation, which includes a team of ministers and specialists came from in order to achieve progress in all areas", noting that "the delegation has the support of major by the Emir of Kuwait and the Prime Minister, and has the orientations of the need to to find solutions to all problems. "
and called on the morning through the statement to "expand the horizons of economic cooperation and trade and cultural cooperation between the two countries."
For his part, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki expressed his optimism, "the results of the High Joint Committee between Iraq and Kuwait as to promote relations between the two countries and two peoples," He called for "open prospects for cooperation and exchange of visits at both official and popular."
Maliki confirmed the need to "activate the economic and investment activity between the two countries," and expressed his happiness "when he finds the Arab companies operating in Iraq".