rule of law: the Kuwaiti delegation's visit to Iraq is very important
State law: the Kuwaiti delegation's visit to Iraq is very important

Published on Saturday, September 29 / September 2012 17:07 | Written by: Rasan | | | Hits: 8

BAGHDAD / With: MP expressed his State of Law coalition Mansour al-Tamimi expressed optimism for the convergence of views between Iraq and Kuwait, stressing that the upcoming visit of the Kuwaiti delegation to Iraq is very important.
Timimi said to the reporter and news agency the future Saturday: "The visit of the Kuwaiti delegation, which will hopefully headed by Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah is very important for the two countries," adding "visit will be a good opportunity for greater understanding and to find solutions to the outstanding issues between the two brotherly countries neighbors. "
He added Tamimi said: "the most prominent can be discussed during the upcoming visit of ways of cooperation to get Iraq out of Chapter VII, and the issue of port Mubarak of Kuwait," calling Kuwait to "adopt good-neighborly relations and strengthening trust with the Iraqi side that the Iraqi people and government are very excited to bring relations back to normal Previous ".
Tamimi said that: "Iraq as a large tax payment due the former regime's occupation of Kuwait and neighboring Kuwait must differentiate between the former regime and the new Iraq."
The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki discuss in a telephone conversation with his Kuwaiti counterpart Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah ways to develop bilateral relations and strengthen the bonds of fraternal relations last week.
The morning Khaled Hamad Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister of Kuwait's Foreign Minister and President of the Arab League Council revealed in a press statement on the planned visit will be conducted by a high level delegation from Kuwait to Baghdad to complete the results of the visit the Emir of Kuwait last of Iraq and its participation in the Arab summit and before the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Kuwait in March last year.
"The Iraqi relations - Kuwait is witnessing a significant and tangible on the ground, and that the brothers in Iraq are on the positive in their dealings with Kuwait and are keen to resolve all disputes as soon as possible," noting that Kuwait is seeking to help Iraq out of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, and it does not stand in any checks on the exit of Iraq project of this chapter.
Zia Sharifi