Maliki expressed his desire to settle all outstanding issues with Kuwait

1/15/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - Radio Sawa , said Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said Iraq wants to resolve all outstanding issues with the State of Kuwait in one transaction, and noted that Kuwait has a positive direction to resolve this between the two countries. The Maliki in an interview with al-Hurra TV: "one deal until we close this file and start with the good relations between the two countries to no harm to anyone and not be unjust right of the parties, so the port of Mubarak and the issue of airlines and the water issue and the issue of the border, these are all files that were supposed in the visit that was supposed to do it to Kuwait to discuss the background and there is a lull in the relationship between the two countries and there is a desire I'm in my appreciation of the parties to find a solution, the Kuwaiti side wants a solution and has in fact positive trends in talking with us, but there was a change in the government of Kuwait The prime minister Vtagelt visit, then the connection between me and Mr. Prime Minister, the new and agreed to the arrangement of the visit as soon as some of the procedures and arrangements undertaken by the new government. " and on the position of Iraq from the construction of the port of Mubarak of Kuwait, Maliki said: "We are moving in the direction of making sure not to damage and if What impact damage at the right of Iraq shipping we will ask to change the location, repair, or shortened, or in any way, who denies and away the damage from Iraq. This issue is left to the artistic side now, yet I can not say anything until the end of the technical side of making sure that it will not impact on the environment, work is to develop a report on this subject and I do not want to anticipate the report, but I leave the matter until the display and dialogue around him and therefore we found there is an understanding of the Kuwaiti side to find a treatment, this treatment how to be, we leave the subject now to the time. "

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