For Iraqi ministerial committee meeting today to examine the agenda of Maliki's visit to Kuwait

08/03/2012 13:07

Baghdad, February 8 (Rn) - An adviser to Iraqi Prime Minister for Legal Affairs, on Thursday, said that the ministerial committee that decides to set up last Tuesday will be held today a meeting to study the agenda of the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Kuwait next week. The Cabinet decided Tuesday to form a ministerial committee to discuss the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait and the preparation of all the primitives required to enable the government delegation which will visit Kuwait to negotiate with the Kuwaiti side to find solutions to those problems. hopes politicians and Iraqi lawmakers to succeed Maliki's visit expected to Kuwait in the resolution of the most outstanding problems between the two countries, namely the output Iraq from Chapter VII, and the issue of compensation and the port of Mubarak of Kuwait. said Fadhil Mohammed Jawad, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that "the ministerial committee that decides formed by the Council of Ministers, which includes the foreign ministers, transport, financial, and human rights in addition to the Legal Counsel of the owners will be held today a meeting to study the work schedule for Maliki's visit to Kuwait next week. " said Jawad that "the Committee of Ministers will leave with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Kuwait in the 14 of this month." and put Kuwait in April last the foundation stone for the construction of the port, "Mubarak Al-Kabeer" on the island of Bubiyan which is located in the far north-west Persian Gulf. Is the second biggest island in the Gulf (890 square kilometers) after the island of Qeshm, Iran. In the view of the cluster white in the House of Representatives that Maliki has a number of files "barbed" and "complex" in negotiating with the Kuwaiti side, revealing a run news agency referring to concessions from the party Iraq to meet with other concessions from the Kuwaiti party. spokeswoman mass high Nassif's (Rn), "There are many outstanding issues thorny and complex between Iraq and Kuwait, both file Chapter VII and the port of Mubarak and the demarcation of the border and the theft of Iraqi oil and the theft of agricultural land and the attacks on fishermen," "express the belief that" al-Maliki can not resolve them all. " explained Nassif, "We are sure that al-Maliki will make no effort to reach a resolution of the files serious relationship with Kuwait and the Iraqi people he hopes will bear fruit the visit positive results," afterthought "We hope not to be There are bargains to sensitive files. " revealed Nassif, of "receiving reports that there are bargains to Chapter VII for non-objection of Iraq to the port of Mubarak of Kuwait, or to be abolition of the port of Faw in return for guaranteeing a share of Iraq in the port of Mubarak, and we believe that these files related to Iraq's sovereignty and we hope to Maliki that did not tolerate the subject affects the sovereignty of Iraq. " discusses the UN Security Council in June next possibility of withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII, after making sure of its obligations to Kuwait three files are the issue of missing Kuwaitis and archives, as well as the issue of border demarcation between the two countries. and sees a political science professor at the University of Baghdad Hamid Fadel said that "the upcoming visit of Prime Minister of Iraq to Kuwait is different from its predecessors on the grounds that there is a desire Iraqi genuine in resolving the outstanding issues from the State of Kuwait, but the visit does not mean it will be resolved the problems before them for more than a quarter of century, "according to what he says teaching at the University of Baghdad. said Fadel's (Rn), "The Prime Minister's visit to Kuwait important is its importance that there is a desire to say the least Iraq the possibility of resolving many outstanding issues through dialogue and not through media statements, visit the task of in terms of the launch of a new relationship between the two countries. " said political science professor at Baghdad University that "it is difficult to optimism often that the visit had resolved all the problems, there are problems-old over a quarter of a century it is difficult to find their way to the solution in the visit, Iraq needs to get out of Chapter VII and this comes through understanding of the Kuwaitis. " From: Haidar Ibrahim, RN Joseph Karwan