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PostSubject: The U N Speaks   Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:21 pm

For over 2 years I have said that the issues between Iraq and Kuwait more than likely have a ton to do with the end all be all in this endeavor.
I read this today partially on Recaps and thought I would bring the article here for you to look thouugh. Air ports and aircraft, recovery of war missing, border dispute and, diagonal drilling from Iraq into Kuwait, are the issues I brought up. This is one very important step and very well could be end game material.

UN urges Iraq to remove all obstacles to boundary project with Kuwait



Thursday, 14 March 2013 11:19 |

Baghdad (AIN) -The Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday
urged Iraq to “immediately remove all obstacles” hindering the “timely
completion” of the Iraq-Kuwait Boundary Maintenance Project (IKBMP) by
the end of this month.

In a written report to the
Security Council on the work of the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq
(UNAMI), Ban urged Iraq to fulfill “all” its outstanding obligations
“without further delay,” and told both countries that a “historic
opportunity” is at hand to fully normalize their relations.


“It
is important that the Government of Iraq immediately finalizes the
removal of all the obstacles between boundary pillars, in order to
enable a timely completion of the Iraq-Kuwait Boundary Maintenance
Project (IKBMP),” he said.


“I strongly
encourage the Governments of Iraq and Kuwait to quickly establish a
bilateral boundary maintenance mechanism to take over the United
Nations responsibility in line with Security Council resolution 833 of
1993,” Ban added.


He also urged the
Government of Iraq to concur with the United Nations proposal to
transfer the funds for the compensation of Iraqi private citizens
pursuant to Security Council resolution 899 of 1994 as soon as
possible.


In this regard, Ban said “the
Government of Iraq announced on November 29 that it would update the
list of recipients eligible for compensation. However, the Government
has yet to respond to the proposal by the United Nations to transfer
the funds for that purpose in the soonest possible manner”.


The UN formally launched the field maintenance work on January 14, in the presence of representatives from both countries.


“Both
sides committed to take the necessary steps to ensure that the work is
completed by the set deadline of 31 March. At the time of reporting,
the work is on schedule and the Government of Iraq has started to
remove the obstacles between boundary pillars, with the notable
exception of the residential constructions in the Umm-Qasr area,” he
said.


The report was apparently written
before Monday’s incident in which a number of Iraqi demonstrators
attacked border security personnel to hinder the work of the project.


The
issue will be raised by the UN Special Envoy for Iraq Martin Kobler
when he briefs the Security Council on March 21 in the afternoon.


Ban
welcomed in his report the “continued progress” towards the full
normalization of relations between Iraq and Kuwait. “I continue to
believe that a historic opportunity is at hand in this regard. I call
upon the Government of Iraq to fulfill all its outstanding obligations
under Chapter VII without further delay”.


He
also expressed hope that the recent “positive developments” in
relations between Iraq and Kuwait would enable the issue of the return
of Kuwaiti and third-country nationals and property to be resolved in a
“timely manner,” and the Security Council to consider the exit by Iraq
from its obligations under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United
Nations.


On the crisis in Syria, Ban said it
continues to have a “serious political, security and humanitarian
impact” on Iraq, and thanked the Iraqi Government for its generosity
and hospitality towards the 96,270 Syrian refugees who have been
registered or are awaiting registration seeking protection in Iraq,
calling on Member States to extend their financial commitment for an
adequate response to the crisis.


Ban said he
remains concerned by increased tensions in Iraq, in particular since
the emergence of protests in western parts of the country.


“I
urge the Government of Iraq to continue to exercise maximum restraint
in dealing with the demonstrators, who in turn should continue to
express their demands peacefully. I strongly encourage the Government
of Iraq to promptly investigate allegations of human rights violations
in a transparent manner,” he urged.


He said
he remains equally concerned about the continued volatility in
relations between the Government of Iraq and the Kurdistan Regional
Government, urging them to resume dialogue, and reminding them that
transparent and accountable power- and resource-sharing are essential
for ensuring further political stability, economic growth, and
prosperity for all.


“There is no alternative to peaceful coexistence in a united federal Iraq,” he insisted.

Ban
noted that UNAMI and the UN Country Team continue to be “adversely
affected” in their ability to undertake mandated activities due to the
“continuing absence of a status-of-mission agreement,” appealing once
again to the Government to take the steps necessary to ensure the
agreement be brought into force without further delay. /End/



http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=30202

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PostSubject: Re: The U N Speaks   Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:51 pm

I think Moon is talking to hear himself talk ... much of what is said here is basic "DUH" stuff that is already taking place as rapidly as it can. JMO

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PostSubject: Re: The U N Speaks   Fri Mar 15, 2013 6:51 pm

I like it!! Thanks!

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