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    Jaafari: the survival of Iraq under Chapter VII is unjustified

    Date: 27/09/2012 13:46:58 Thursday
    Baghdad (news) .. The head of the National Alliance Ibrahim Jaafari, the Reform Commission in connection with the application of practical steps for its vocabulary with all political entities, expressing keenness everyone to proceed in this way.

    statement said Jafari received Agency (news) copy of it on Thursday : that the survival of Iraq under Chapter VII injustice, nor legal basis for him, stressing that Iraq has provided during the past ten years more than proof that all justifications Chapter VII Mentfah.

    added: that Iraq fulfilled all its obligations, and made ​​concessions redundant originally all justifications, noting that this subject points subscription for each political parties, has inflicted humans Iraqi economy, security and services, sovereignty and dignity severe damage.

    stressed: that Iraq will invest every occasion and in every State to put Iraq’s request to get out of Chapter VII.

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    Iraq to request international support to exit from Chapter VII sanctions : International pledges to drive Iraq from Chapter VII

    09/27/2012 12:00 am

    Khuzaie cast today addressed the General Assembly after meetings and fruitful cooperation Kuwaiti

    enable the Iraqi delegation in the work session of the 67 of the General Assembly of the United Nations to obtain international pledges to remove Iraq from Chapter VII.

    announced by the Iraqi delegation MP Kanna Vice President Khudair Khuzaie will deliver today the word Iraq in front of the General Assembly. said we were in a telephone interview with the “morning” yesterday from New York: “The word will show the true picture of the situation in Iraq and the developments that have occurred during the previous period and orientations future state.” he added Emphasis will be placed on the need to end the crises in the region through dialogue and not resort to violence and to stop him, pointing out that the word will also call on Iraq to take it out of Chapter VII after the implementation of all obligations.

    and on the talks of the Iraqi delegation, said we were: that the meeting between the delegation with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was positive, as it has been trading on the efforts to get rid of Chapter VII and the Syrian crisis. confirmed the existence of a convergence of visions Iraqi – U.S., especially in relation to the disposal of Chapter VII with the cooperation of the State of Kuwait and direct support for Iraq from Washington and London, hoping achieving positive results during the next term in regards to this file is important.

    was vice president had discussed with U.S. President Barack Obama the latest developments on the international arena and ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries. Khuzai also met Chief of Mission of the United Nations to help Iraq (UNAMI), Martin Kobler , and discussed with him the overall issues concerning Iraq, particularly his release from Chapter VII.

    The work of the session (67) of the General Assembly of the United Nations have started yesterday morning in the presence and participation of a large number of leaders and heads of state the world. Iraq participates delegation headed by Vice President Khudair Khuzaie membership and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and a number of members of the House of Representatives and heads of departments of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs concerned and a number of other ambassadors.

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    United Nations General Debate for Sept 27, 2012; Iraq to speak in afternoon session

    General Debate: 25 September – 1 October 2012

    The President of the 67th session of the General Assembly has chosen the following theme for this year’s debate: “Adjustment or settlement of international disputes or situations by peaceful means”.

    Statements delivered in the General Assembly Hall will be in one of the UN official languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian or Spanish), according to the rules of the Assembly. There will be no time limits for speeches, however the Assembly indicates a voluntary guideline of up to 15 minutes.

    For users interested in watching the LIVE webcast in the original language, please visit UN Web TV.

    27 September 2012



    Morning Session

    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    H.E. Mr. Bakir Izetbegović


    Chairman


    Mongolia

    H.E. Mr. Elbegdorj Tsakhia


    President


    Tunisia

    H.E. Mr. Moncef Marzouki


    President


    Guyana

    H.E. Mr. Donald Rabindranauth Ramotar


    President


    Myanmar

    H.E. Mr. Thein Sein


    President


    The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

    H.E. Mr. Gjorge Ivanov


    President


    Cape Verde

    H.E. Mr. Jorge Carlos De Almeida Fonseca


    President


    Equatorial Guinea

    H.E Mr. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo


    President


    Comoros (The)

    H.E. Mr. Ikililou Dhoinine


    President


    Brunei Darussalam

    H.R.H Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah


    Crown Prince


    Jamaica

    H.E. Ms. Portia Simpson Miller


    Prime Minister


    Palestine

    H.E. Mr. Mahmoud Abbas


    President, Palestinian Authority


    Slovenia

    H.E. Mr. Janez Janša


    Prime Minister


    Israel

    H.E. Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu


    Prime Minister


    Lesotho

    H.E. Mr. Thomas Motsoahae Thabane


    Prime Minister



    Afternoon Session

    Micronesia (Federated States of)

    H.E. Mr. Emanuel Mori


    President


    Maldives

    H.E. Mr. Mohamed Waheed


    President


    Paraguay

    H.E. Mr. Luis Federico Franco Gómez


    President


    Albania

    H.E. Mr. Bujar Nishani


    President


    South Sudan (The Republic of)

    H.E. Mr. Salva Kiir


    President


    Libya

    H.E. Mr. Mohamed Yousef El-Magariaf


    President


    Burundi

    H.E. Mr. Thérence Sinunguruza


    Vice-President


    Seychelles

    H.E. Mr. Danny Faure


    Vice-President


    Iraq

    H.E. Mr. Khudayr al-Khuzai


    Vice-President


    Antigua and Barbuda

    H.E. Mr. Winston Baldwin Spencer


    Prime Minister


    Lebanon

    H.E. Mr. Najib Mikati


    President of the Council


    Bangladesh

    H.E. Ms. Sheikh Hasina


    Prime Minister


    Thailand

    H.E. Mr. Yingluck Shinawatra


    Prime Minister


    Solomon Islands

    H.E. Mr. Gordon Darcy Lilo


    Prime Minister


    Kyrgyzstan

    H.E. Mr. Asylbek Jeenbekov


    Parliament


    Somalia

    H.E. Mr. Mohamed Ali


    Prime Minister


    Turkmenistan

    H.E. Mr. Rashid Meredov


    Deputy Prime Minister


    Greece

    H.E. To be confirmed



    China

    H.E. To be confirmed



    Norway

    H.E. To be confirmed



    Bahrain

    H.E. To be confirmed



    Guinea

    H.E. To be confirmed



    Peru

    H.E. To be confirmed

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