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    Iraq and US agree to complete the steps of removing Iraq from Chapter VII

    28/09/2011

    Zebari sought to gather support for the grant Palestine full membership in United Nations

    Agreed Baghdad and Washington to proceed with the completion of steps to remove Iraq from Chapter VII, while seeking Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari to gather international support to grant Palestine full membership in the UN. The research and Minister of Foreign Affairs with Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Jeffrey Feltman, the remaining steps to bring out the Iraq of the provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations. .

    The Foreign Ministry statement received “morning,” a copy of, “Zebari met with Feltman on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations, and discussed promotion of bilateral relations, in addition to the events taking place in the Arab region in light of the changes and political developments and calls for reform demanded by the peoples of the Arab Region” . The two sides stressed the need to complete the remaining steps to enable Iraq to get out of the final provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.

    In the meantime, Zebari discuss with his Syrian and Turkish support for the Palestinian demand for a full membership of the United Nations.

    According to another statement of Foreign Affairs, met with Zebari, the foreign ministers of Turkey and Syria, Walid Moallem, Ahmet Davutoglu, on the sidelines of the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York. “

    The statement added that Zebari discussed with the teacher the importance of coordinating work within the Arab group to follow up the Palestinian demand, as discussed with Ihsanoglu anything to offer Turkey to support the Palestinian demand. And on the mutual relations between Turkey and Iraq, Zebari, Ihsanoglu stressed the importance of development for the mutual benefit of both peoples, particularly in the field of water management and fair to benefit the three countries Turkey, Syria, Iraq, from the Tigris and Euphrates.

    The two sides also discussed developments and political changes taking place in the Arab region, and the importance of responding to the aspirations of their people towards freedom and democracy.

    On the sidelines of the meetings of the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly of the United Nations also discussed and foreign minister with his Azerbaijani and Bulgarian, Brazilian, relations and ways of strengthening the joint.

    During his meeting with Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov, Zebari discuss bilateral relations and ways of developing them in the light of the Bulgarian government’s decision to reopen its embassy in Baghdad, as well as the intensification of contacts and visits between the two countries. ا. For his part, Mladenov for his country’s readiness to help Iraq in the areas of cooperation with the European Union, on the basis of relations of cooperation and traditional friendship between the two countries and expressed his desire to visit Baghdad soon.

    In the context Zebari discussed with his Azerbaijani Elmer Mammadyarov, bilateral relations and arrangements necessary to intensify communication and cooperation between the two countries, as that serves the common interests of both.

    The third in a statement the Foreign Ministry that “the two sides agreed to coordinate in a multilateral framework and in order to provide mutual support in international organizations, where Zebari expressed his appreciation to the Azerbaijani government’s decision to open an embassy in Baghdad.”

    Zebari also discussed with his Brazilian counterpart, Antonio Patriota, the cooperation relations between the two countries and the need to develop to serve the common interest of both countries and peoples.

    Zebari said during the meeting: “The Brazilian government’s decision to open an embassy in Baghdad in the near future, will have a positive effect in expanding horizons of cooperation between the two countries.”
    The two sides discussed Arab relations – Latin American in the light of Forum of political, economic, organized by the parties, and its importance in bringing the views and enhance Arab cooperation – Latin American, as well as examining the tendency to Palestine to the United Nations, as Foreign Minister promised to Brazil to pursue his subject as a non-permanent member in the Security Council of what is known about the support and support for the legitimate demands of the Palestinian people.

    For his part, Zebari promised to meet the call made ​​to him by his Brazilian counterpart to visit Brazil at the earliest possible opportunity.

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    Last edited by Toucan; 09-28-2011 at 09:24 PM.



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