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Baghdad owes Iran USD 1.1 trillion as reparations of war: Iranian MP

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Baghdad owes Iran USD 1.1 trillion as reparations of war: Iranian MP

Post by GirlBye on Sat Aug 11, 2018 12:28 pm


Member of the Iranian Reformists political faction (Eslah Talaban) in the Islamic Republic’s Parliament (Majlis). (Photo: Wikimedia)


ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Baghdad owes over one trillion dollars to Tehran as reparations for the Iran-Iraq war, a member of the Iranian Reformists political faction (Eslah Talaban) in the Islamic Republic’s Parliament (Majlis) said on Thursday.


“The government of Iraq, according to Article 6 of Resolution 598 [of the UN], owes USD 1.1 trillion as compensation for direct damages,” Mahmoud Sadeghi, a member of the Majlis and representative of Tehran, wrote on Twitter.


The clause referenced, issued in 1987, had requested the then UN Secretary-General “to explore, in consultation with Iran and Iraq, the question of entrusting an impartial body with inquiring into responsibility for the conflict and to report to the Council as soon as possible.”


On Dec. 9, 1991, after the inquiry, UN Secretary-General Javier Pérez de Cuéllar concluded that Iraq’s “explanations do not appear sufficient or acceptable to the international community.”
The attack “cannot be justified under the charter of the United Nations, any recognized rules and principles of international law, or any principles of international morality, and entails the responsibility for conflict,” Cuéllar added.


Iraq’s invasion of Iran initiated the eight-year conflict, a move inspired by fears of a possible Shia rebellion against the Ba’athist regime in response to the Iranian Revolution at the time.
The possibility of Iran coming out as the dominant state in the Persian Gulf was another factor in the Iraqi attack.


Ending after Iran accepted a UN-brokered ceasefire, the war cost over 100,000 lives on both sides not including the 50-182,000 Kurds during the al-Anfal Campaign.


Read more at:http://www.kurdistan24.net/en/news/931e2c97-8a60-48ed-b0b8-dc97d0183a00
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Post by GypZ on Sat Aug 11, 2018 2:22 pm

THANK YOU
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