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Kuwaiti Prime Minister in Baghdad next month to discuss removing Iraq from Chapter VII

Posted: March 20, 2013 

http://www.almasalah.com/cache/multithumb_thumbs/b_0_0_0_00_images_aazxc.jpgPublished on Wednesday, March 20 / March 2013 12:35

Kuwait’s ambassador to the insured, Wednesday, Prime Minister of Kuwait Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak will visit Baghdad next month to discuss the talks to remove Iraq from Chapter VII.

He said the insurer’s “obelisk”, “The Prime Minister of Kuwait Jaber Al-Mubarak will visit Iraq during the next April to discuss cooperation between the two countries as well as the demarcation of the border and work of the Joint Commission,” pointing out that “the visit will address progress in talks to remove Iraq from Chapter VII.”

He insured that “the visit would also discuss operational details of joint oil on the border between the two countries and the possibility of cooperation across the joint-stock companies, which have been agreed earlier in the year where you companies representing a third party acting exploration and extraction and the division of resources in proportion to the space involved in oil wells border “.

He pointed out that “the visit will be discussed with regard to the great ports of Basra and the Kuwaiti port of Mubarak and end the confusion about the impact of winning each and every one of them, the other negatively.”

It is noteworthy that the UN Security Council issued in 1993 Resolution No. 833 which provides for the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait, and the extended length of about 216 km, and led the implementation of resolution partially under the previous regime to deduct large swathes of Iraqi territory and annex it to Kuwaiti territory, so I crawled Kuwaiti border dozens of Iraqi homes and farms in the Umm Qasr area.

Kuwait PM Visit Discussion Agenda Summary:

  1. Demarcation of the border
  2. Joint oil cooperation at border
  3. Joint stock companies
  4. Ports at Basra and Mubarak
  5. Iraq’s exit from Chapter VII sanctions
source: http://www.almasalah.com 

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