Son of the Emir of Kuwait, up to Sulaymaniyah, Talabani to deliver the message about the Kuwaiti investments in Iraq

19/04/2012 PM - 4:40 PM | Hits: 1

A source of political beginning, Thursday, that the son of the Emir of Kuwait and the Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad arrived in the city of Sulaimaniya, to meet with President Jalal Talabani, while stressing that the President will deliver the morning message from Emir of Kuwait concerning the entry of Kuwaiti investments to Iraq.

The source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "son of the Emir of Kuwait and the Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad arrived this morning, to the city of Sulaimaniya," noting that "morning handed over a written message from Emir of Kuwait to President Jalal Talabani."

The source, who requested anonymity, that "this message with economic files relating to the entry of Kuwaiti investments to Iraq in the coming period."

The Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah took part in the work of the Arab summit conference in Baghdad on 29 March 2012, described the visit as historic, being the first to the Emir of the State of Kuwait since the Iraqi occupation of the emirate of the Gulf in August 1990

And landed at the airport in Najaf yesterday, the first Tuesday (April 17, 2012), the first Kuwaiti plane after 22 years on the last trip to Iraq, as confirmed Jazeera Airways that it will made two trips a week to the airport can be increased, as well as other trips to the rest of the airports in the country.

Saw the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations in the recent progress in relation to solving some outstanding problems, as the parties agreed during the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the last of Kuwait on the fourteenth of the month of March to end the issue of compensation for KAC and maintenance of border markers, as agreed on the basis of common frameworks and to resolve all the files, within the short time scales, with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, who accompanied al-Maliki during his visit to what was agreed upon is significant progress with respect to the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII.