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12-14-2010, 11:44 PM
United Nations to put an end to restrictions imposed on Iraq today
Tuesday, December 14, December 1 2010 22:26 | |
In a gesture of normalization of relations with Iraq, the UN Security Council will today (Wednesday) an end to the "oil for food", and the limitations imposed on the arms, containedE in decisions dating back to the era of the late Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, while counting the Iraqi government to meet to get out of Chapter VII.

Will be chaired by U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, the Council meeting, that the United States assumes the presidency for the month of December. The three resolutions, which is expected to be adopted by the council on Wednesday will cancel the resolutions adopted under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which allows the resort to sanctions or the use of force.

These decisions will allow restoration of sovereignty of Iraq, also said a diplomat at the United Nations. It was announced that the diplomat, "everyone (in the Security Council) agree" not to return to Iraq subject to these sanctions.

In this context, "said Ali al-Moussawi adviser to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said" Iraq is counting on this meeting to get him out of the pointless Chapter VII, "pointing out that there is" too much hope in particular, and that there are signs of non-official China acceded to the States in favor of it, " .

And the "oil for food" and put the UN Security Council in 1995 in a resolution carries the number, 986 and allowed the resolution, which ran from 1996 to, 2003 to Baghdad to sell oil for humanitarian assistance, while Iraq was under an international embargo imposed after it invaded Kuwait in 1990.

The work was completed this program in practice on 31 December I, 2007, but the issue of pop from contracts linked to earlier and took place under the former regime, remained pending.

With regard to weapons of mass destruction, forced the UN Security Council resolution No. 687 of 0.1991 Iraq to destroy all its weapons of mass destruction and not to use or develop, manufacture or purchase chemical and biological weapons or nuclear weapons. The resolution also ban missiles.

In this context, announced, however, Abawi, Undersecretary of the Iraqi Foreign Minister that "the Security Council meeting will be dedicated to refer to what Iraq has made during the last period of the implementation of its obligations under Security Council resolutions falling within Chapter VII, particularly with regard to recognizing the achievements of Iraq in the file of weapons of mass destruction and cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency and the implementation of the Protocol guarantees and letters exchanged Energy Agency. "

He added that he expected to announce the Security Council in a letter "acknowledging the successes of Iraq in this aspect as it no longer threatens international peace and security (...) Due to its location, which was practiced as a sovereign state and does not threaten security."

With regard to the Development Fund for Iraq, it is intended to deposit Iraq's oil resources and its mission requires the assistance of the Iraqi government to manage the country's resources in a transparent manner and is responsible for the Iraqi people. Has been established pursuant to resolution 1483 adopted by the UN Security Council.

The text of resolution 1905 to expire in December 31, December, 2010, but that the Iraqi government and sent to the Council a request to extend it for a year. The UN Security Council will decide in this regard, today, under a new resolution on this subject with the possibility of renewal for the resolution of six months.

Will not address today's decisions to the relations between Iraq and Kuwait. But Iraqi and Kuwaiti authorities have registered progress during the bilateral talks that took place under the auspices of the United Nations, in such sensitive issues as the demarcation of maritime and land borders of the two countries.

On the issue of Kuwait, Ali al-Moussawi, an adviser to Prime Minister of Iraq that "Kuwait is aware that the Iraqi government wants to eliminate the effects of the past and the issues between the two countries." (a. P. b)

And extend the UN Security Council on the other hand for 6 months, the decision made by the Development Fund for Iraq, which was established in 2003 after the fall of Saddam Hussein