Parliamentary Foreign Relations: Iraq will not accept any troops to enter the U.S. again under any pretext
Thursday, 08 k 1 2011 13:10 GMT
MP for the Ala Talabani, the Kurdistan Alliance

Alsumaria News / Baghdad confirmed the Foreign Relations Committee, parliamentary, Thursday, that Iraq will not accept the entry of any military force of the United States territory again under any pretext, noting that Washington is now dealing with Iraq as a state with full sovereignty and exercise a positive role towards him in the liquidation of the outstanding issues. A member of the Committee not to Talabani said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq are carried out according to the agreement signed between the governments in Baghdad and Washington and voted on by parliament on behalf of the people," indicating that "Parliament will not accept the entry of any military forces of the United States to Iraq again under any pretext whatsoever, whether the seventh item or other. " she said Talabani, "The United States promised the Iraqis according to the agreement concluded with them by helping to get out of Chapter VII, after achieving many of its provisions by Iraq," pointing out that "America is dealing with Iraq is now a state with full sovereignty and its relationship with him will be within a framework agreement between the two sides in the cultural economic and diplomatic civil to support the democratic process. " explained a member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "America as the most important of the five permanent Security Council members will have an important role in the use of veto in case the imposition of resolutions against Iraq, as it will help in the exit from Chapter VII, "noting that" the USA will now play a positive role towards Iraq, both in its obligations to settle the outstanding issues with Kuwait or Iran. " She Talabani expressed hope that "the Kuwait to provide facilities that will remove Iraq from Chapter VII. " is due to the United States withdraws its remaining troops from Iraq by the end of the year 2011, after the failure of negotiations between Washington and Baghdad on keeping U.S. troops are limited in Iraq to help train the Iraqi army and support for his defense of the air after Baghdad's refusal to grant legal immunity to U.S. soldiers who could have been to stay in the country. The Minister of Defense current Leon Panetta on November 15, 2011 during a session of the members of the Defence Committee that Iraq "is ready to take over security in his hand without the presence of a senior U.S. military" he said, adding that "U.S. relations with Iraq will be from now on normal and similar to the relationship with other countries in the region, based on mutual interest and mutual respect." Prior to the Minister of former Defense Secretary Robert Gates urged during an inspection of his country's troops stationed at the base Marez in Mosul, in the eighth April 2011, Iraqi officials to speed up the claim the United States to extend the survival of some of the soldiers after the year 2011, stressing that time is running out in Washington. Iraq has signed and the United States, in 2008, the Strategic Framework Agreement to support the ministries and agencies of the Iraqi transition from the strategic partnership with the Republic of Iraq to the areas of economic, diplomatic, cultural and security, based on the Strategic Framework Agreement and to reduce the number of reconstruction teams in the provinces, as well as providing important sustainable rule of law, including the police development program and the completion of the coordination and supervision and the report of the Fund of Iraq relief and reconstruction. The Convention provides for the security signed between Baghdad and Washington in late November of 2008 that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territory and waters and airspace of Iraq not later than 31 December of the year 2011, it had withdrawn U.S. combat forces under the Convention of the cities, villages and towns of Iraq on 30 June 2009. and escalated disputes between Iraq and Kuwait since it began the second on the sixth of April 2011, the establishment of the port of Mubarak the Great on the island of Bubiyan near the Iraqi coast, after exactly a year to develop Iraq's transport ministry foundation stone for the construction of the port of Faw , causing the outbreak of the crisis between the two countries, at a time when there Kuwaitis that Mainahm will have the results of economic and strategic task, confirms officials and Iraqi experts that the port of Kuwait will reduce the importance of Iraqi ports, and restrict navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah channel leading to the ports of Umm Qasr and Khor Al-Zubair, and make the draft port of Faw no value. and began to file border disputes and oil between Iraq and Kuwait, after Britain decided in 1961 granting the independence of Kuwait, the rejection of the late Prime Minister Abdul Karim Qasim recognition, called the time to annex Kuwait to spend Basra, and on the While recognizing that the Iraqi government dominated by the Baath Party in 1963 after dropping system Abdel-Karim Kassem, the independence of Kuwait deal said by some historians that it was in return for giving the Iraqi government money because of the deficit was experienced, but that the former president Saddam Hussein, who belonged to the party himself, decided on the second of August 1990 invasion of Kuwait on the back of problems on the border and Tsmha and conflict on some oil wells. The UN Security Council issued Resolution 833 in 1993, provides for the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait, which has a length of 216 km through the formation of an international commission to demarcate the border between the parties, which was rejected by the regime of President Saddam Hussein first, but it was approved by the end of 1994 after international pressure, and Iraqi officials affirm that the demarcation of the border between the two countries were strong, and led to the deduction of Iraqi territory in terms of Safwan and Umm Qasr, as well as reducing the area of Iraqi territorial waters, while urging the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, Iraq in November 16 of last year, 2010, to fulfill its obligations to Kuwait, and in particular with regard to Security Council resolution No. (833) on the demarcation of the border between them to get out of the penalty provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.