UK, China, France, and Kuwait Congratulate Iraq on its Chapter VII Achievement (4 articles)

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French Ambassador: We welcome the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII

02/07/2013 12:00 AM

Announced pursuit of his country to invest in Dhi Qar
Nasiriyah Hazem Mohammed Habib
said the French ambassador to Baghdad, his country’s welcome the exit of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII, which will pave for the arrival of major foreign companies to invest in Iraq in all fields, noting that the security file is going well and effectively.

said Ambassador Denis Gauer at a news conference with the governor of Dhi Qar, attended by “morning” that, to visit him who Qar come to discuss prospects for cooperation and strengthen the presence of French companies in the province, especially after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII and provincial elections, noting that democracy experienced by Iraq now especially in the electoral process that took place smoothly and transparently given photographs and an impression of radical change in the new Iraq, and said that France’s presence outstanding and effective in the province of Dhi Qar, through its consulate Honorary and its operating companies in a number of projects in the province, said the French ambassador said his country is willing to enter the major its companies to invest in the province in the fields of electricity, oil, agriculture, pointing out that French companies major companies including Total, submitted bids to invest refinery Dhi Qar oil or develop one of the oil fields in the province.

For his part, welcomed the governor of Dhi Qar Yahya Nazarene any step made by the French government in the field of Log firms to participate in the reconstruction of the province or in other areas as projects electricity, health, education, and oil, and explained that “the province is ready to provide security and stability for the entry of French companies and give them the opportunity to get investment projects in the province and in the areas you want it to.”


Kuwaiti Emir congratulates Maliki for relieving Iraq from UN’s sanctions
Tuesday, 02 July 2013 12:19 | | |

Baghdad (AIN) –The Kuwaiti Emir, Sabah al-Ahmad, al-Jaber al-Sabah, congratulated the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, for relieving Iraq from the Seventh Chapter of the UN’s Charter.

The Kuwaiti News Agency (KUNA) stated “Sabah sent a congratulatory letter to Maliki where he expressed his sincere feelings and congratulations from releasing Iraq from the UN’s sanctions.”

“Sabah wished the progress to Iraq and the good health condition to Maliki and to sustain stability in Iraq to make the Iraqis have their dreams come true,” the statement concluded.


British Ambassador welcomes relieving Iraq of UN Charter’s 7th Chapter
Monday, 01 July 2013 23:57 | | |

Baghdad (AIN) –The Iraqi Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Bilateral Relation, Adnan Kheralla, met the British Ambassador to Iraq, Simon Collis, in Baghdad on Monday.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported in a statement received by AIN ”The British Ambassador presented a congratulation letter from the British Government to Iraq on the occasion of relieving Iraq of UN Charter’s Seventh Chapter after fulfilling all its international obligations .”

”The British Ambassador described this accomplishment as the successful result of Iraqi diplomatic relations and efforts that were exerted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,” the statement added.

”The Iraqi Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs thanked the British Government for its political support to Iraq in the International Security Council and in all international meetings, ” praising the “The bilateral relations and cooperation between Iraq and Britain,” the statement concluded.


China welcomes UN resolution on Iraq

BEIJING, July 2 (Xinhua) — China welcomes a recent UN Security Council resolution on Iraq, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Tuesday.

The UN Security Council on Thursday eased some of its sanctions against Iraq, marking progress in resolving pending issues from the Middle Eastern country’s 1990 invasion of its smaller neighbor Kuwait.

The new resolution calls for the Iraqi government to continue searching for Kuwaiti nationals and property missing since the invasion, but terminates provisions in earlier texts that allowed the military enforcement of measures under Charter VII of the UN Charter.

Hua said at a regular press briefing that China supports the UN in playing an active role in addressing relevant issue.

China attaches importance to developing relations with Iraq and is ready to boost ties on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, she said.

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