Washington confirms to help remove Iraq from Chapter 7!
The US Ambassador in Iraq, Stephen bikroft told the media, “NPR.org, that” the United States has worked hard behind the scenes with Iraq and Kuwait for settlement differences “, stating that” our office in United Nations working to finish the requirements of Chapter VII. “
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Tuesday 30 1 2012 15: 54 GMT
The United States, confirmed Tuesday, they work out Iraq from Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations chapter VI, noting it has worked to resolve differences between Iraq and Kuwait.
Bikroft added that “there are reviews every six months and we hope that Chapter VII becomes chapter VI,” the United States strongly interact with the Iraqi Government in this field and are working to support them as much as possible. “
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced, (23 October 2012), Emir of the State of Kuwait has agreed to settle the issue of compensation to Kuwait Airways caused by edema, Iraq asserted that Kuwait informed law firms in Britain to stop all actions on airlines and property.
Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations have seen recent progress in resolving some outstanding issues, as agreed during the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Kuwait on 14 March last, to end the issue of compensation for KAC and maintenance of boundary markers, as agreed foundations and common frameworks to resolve all files, within short time frames, with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, who accompanied Al-Maliki to visit that what has been agreed is substantial progress with regard to Iraq out of Chapter VII.
Kuwait has demanded since Iraq’s invasion in 1990 to pay $ 1.2 billion as compensation for seizing 17 aircraft owned by Kuwait Airways, this file to political problems between Iraq and Kuwait following the recent lawsuits against Iraqi Airways for frozen in Jordan and Britain early in 2010, which led later to take the Iraqi Council of Ministers adopted a resolution in May of the same year, filters and cancel the company and offered for sale to eligible companies, also decided to cancel all administrative profiles Associated with maintaining cadre after sale to a private company.
The Iraq since 1990 under Chapter VII of the UN Charter imposed after the invasion of Saddam Hussein’s regime State Kuwait in August of the same year, this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to freeze large amounts of stock in international banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion