Close to Maliki: there is good faith to resolve differences with Kuwait out of Chapter VII

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Tuesday 03 April 2012 14: 05 GMT

Alsumaria news/Baghdad

Confirmed leadership coalition military state law Sami, Tuesday, that there was good faith by Iraq and Kuwait to resolve their differences in preparation for country out of Chapter VII, with the airline to be excluded which opens with Iraq to Kuwaiti officials.

Military said in an interview for "alsumaria news", that "Iraq and Kuwait have good faith to resolve their differences in preparation for Iraq's output of item VII", noting that "senior Kuwaiti officials will come to Iraq in the middle of this month for talks on outstanding issues between the two countries."

The military has ruled out that the airline allocates "will show him Kuwait with Iraq to Kuwaiti officials", pointing out that "maybe this line before the debut of the Kuwaiti officials and then continue to provide services to persons travelling to and from Kuwait".

The State of Kuwait, announced Tuesday (3 April 2012), its reopening the line to fly to Baghdad in the coming days for the first time since more than 12 years, this procedure was considered the culmination of mutual efforts between the two countries to strengthen relations.

The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah Arabic participated in the Summit, which was held in Baghdad on 29 March 2012 after he described his visit as "historic" as the first Emir of Kuwait since the Iraqi occupation of August 1990.

Kuwaiti officials visits came after prominent Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations have witnessed in the recent progress with regard to resolving some of the outstanding problems, as agreed during the visit of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to Kuwait in March 14th at the end of the current issue of compensation for KAC and maintenance of boundary markers, as agreed on the basis of common frameworks to resolve all files, within short time frames, with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari who accompanied Al-Maliki visit to what was It is significant progress with regard to exit Iraq from Chapter VII.

And Iraq since 1990 are subject to section VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion the regime of President Saddam Hussein, State of Kuwait in August of the same year, this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, as well as to freeze large amounts of stock in the banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion.

In 1993, the UN Security Council resolution 833, which provides for the demarcation of the boundary between Iraq and Kuwait-216 km, through the creation of an International Commission to draw a border, which was rejected by the regime of President Saddam Hussein in the beginning, but he returned and approved at the end of 1994 after international pressure.