Al Kawthar - policy: one day after the U.S. president to confirm Barack Obama's readiness to put pressure on the United Nations to lift sanctions imposed on Iraq in 1991, and Washington's willingness to pay of the four other permanent members of the Security Council to lift sanctions imposed on Iraq under Chapter VII and a " Winked representative "to" tacit approval of government "to bring down Iraq's debt, he informed source at the Foreign Ministry said the issue" of debt and compensation owed to Kuwait on Iraq "will be at the heart of the American agenda of the summit - which will be held in Kuwait and Washington between HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al President Barack Obama in the first week of August.
He did not rule out the source to reach the summit, "which" to "compromise solution" on the debt and compensation Kuwait guarantees the rights and ease the burden on the Iraqi people and take into account the commitments the U.S. to Baghdad, either by opening new horizons in the relations between Kuwait and Iraq through the conversion of some of the debt into investments in the sectors of the economy Iraq, Kuwait, or by giving assurances - put them at the political leadership - to address the interrelated files.
While the source declined to give further details on the next steps, or to engage in the forthcoming volume of Kuwaiti investments in Iraq that the government has taken all necessary precautions to deal with the issue of debt owed by Iraq, especially after the came to the fore the issue of Iraq out of the seventh and put the item in the expanded table President Obama and the new administration in the White House, said: "The U.S. President expressed great sympathy with the Iraqi side and is believed to be a mistake to hold the Iraqi sins of a bygone era, a point of view, but we hope this is not at the expense of the rights and interests of Kuwait under the UN resolutions and clear."
He added: "The government is represented by the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Dr.. Mohammad al-Sabah, and conscious of the seriousness and the importance of the current stage in the march issue of debt and compensation and is keen not to alienate inalienable rights, he - in turn - that the Iraqi side - represented by the Prime Minister and Minister Nuri al-Maliki Foreign Affairs Hoshyar Zebari - the right of Kuwait expressed his respect to the recovery of money, whether debt or damages.
For his part, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Abdullatif Rawdhan: "The issue of Iraqi debt owed to Kuwait and is currently on the table before the United Nations was a very delicate and has a political and economic dimensions of the complex."
Rawdhan said in a telephone conversation with the "politics": "The issue was never on the meeting of the Council of Ministers may not be addressed in the absence of HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Dr.. Mohammad al-Sabah, and all parties concerned within the the country, "he said, adding that the government will not discuss the topic at the next meeting of the Council of Ministers, where it is not possible to ask if they do not have accurate information about each file.
In the same context, a parliamentary source warned of the consequences of waiver of the "billions of dollars" owed to Kuwait on the item of compensation, and for ¯ "policy": "The government does not have the originally waived by any State for the debts of Kuwaiti only after reference to the nation, and across conditions may accepted by the board or does not accept, "and threatened that this - that happened - it will not pass without accounting even if this concession secret.
The spokesman said the move "a political and historical mistake" implies relinquishing the rights of future generations, and the government will bear the consequences of the decision that is the uniqueness of marginalized the role of the nation. He disclosed that deputies are awaiting the outcome of developments in the coming days, and will not relent in the accountability of the Council of Ministers, expressed the fears of a "suspicious transaction" under the cover of Kuwaiti companies that granting concessions in Iraq. http://220.127.116.11/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF8&sl=ar&tl=en&u=http://alcauther.com/html/modules.php%3Fname%3DNews%26file%3Darticle%26sid%3