Ambassador of Kuwait confirms his country is seeking to remove Iraq from Chapter VII; UNSC makes final decision, 3 april
Ambassador of Kuwait confirms his country is seeking to remove Iraq from Chapter VII; UNSC makes final decision
16:40 2013-04-03 Kuwaiti Ambassador to Iraq Ali believer that his country was seeking to remove Iraq from Chapter VII of the UN Security Council.
The insurer said Wednesday that “the results of the meeting leaders of Kuwait with Iraq at the highest levels and the meeting of the joint committees contributed to the issue of Iraq sought to get out of Chapter VII,” noting that “the seventh item remains under the umbrella of the United Nations is the decision-maker in this regard and we on our part we to get Iraq out of the jurisdiction of this item. “
“We support the position of Iraq to get out of this item as soon as possible خدمتا for the benefit of the two brotherly peoples.”
He insured his speech by saying, “We expect in this period Kuwaiti Prime Minister’s visit to Iraq to put its mark on all what has been agreed upon between the two sides and even develop more relations between the two brotherly peoples.”
It is noteworthy that Iraq is subject since 1990 to Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of the former regime of Kuwait in August of the same year, and this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, as well as freezing of large amounts of its assets financial in international banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Sabah said in a press conference on the occasion of the first flight of the aircraft of Iraqi Airways to Kuwait that “the interest of Kuwait is to be back Iraq a free man in all areas without being constrained by the decisions of the Security Council in any is, he said, adding that Kuwait has worked and will work to accomplish complete the implementation of the Iraq and celebrate with him on his release from Chapter VII