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Post by Happy Life Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:41 pm

Gulf summit stresses the importance of stability and cooperation of Iraq Kuwait

Side of the events in Bahrain
21.12.2011
Nazim Yasin
Confirmed
the Gulf Arab states to respect Iraq's independence and the unity and
territorial integrity and non-interference in its internal affairs.

The
leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) at the end of the summit
in Riyadh Tuesday they hope to "take into account Iraq's fraternal
relations it has with the GCC countries and the non-interference in the
internal affairs of states and stop media campaigns that do not serve
the development of relations and progress between the two sides,"
according to the final statement. the leaders of Amman , Qatar, Bahrain,
Kuwait, UAE and Saudi Arabia also called for "all parties and political
components in Iraq to carry out their responsibilities to build a
secure unified, stable and prosperous after the American withdrawal."

With
regard to relations, Iraq - Kuwait specifically, said the final
statement supporting the position of the State of Kuwait "on the
establishment of the port of Mubarak the Great as being held on the
territory of Kuwait and within the territorial waters and on the borders
drawn in accordance with UN resolutions, "adding that the Gulf
Cooperation Council expressed" confidence that Iraq's implementation of
its international obligations towards Kuwait will enhance the trust
between the two countries and strengthen relations between them, "he
said.

The leaders stressed in the Gulf ( closing statement ) is
also "the need for Iraq to complete the implementation of all Security
Council resolutions relevant, including the completion of the issue of
maintenance of border markers in implementation of resolution 833, and
the completion of the issue of compensation for Iraqi farmers to
implement resolution 899."

The statement added that the Council
calls "Iraq to accelerate it, and to identify the remains of prisoners
and missing persons of Kuwaiti and other nationals of other States, and
the return of property and the National Archives of the State of Kuwait.
He urged the United Nations and other relevant bodies to continue their
valuable efforts to end these commitments , "as he put it.

In
remarks following the end of the Gulf summit that lowly home over two
days, said Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal Tuesday that
Iraq should "clarify its policies with other countries in the region
after the departure of the last U.S. forces" from him. of For his part,
responded to the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki told a news
conference in Baghdad on Wednesday to a question specifically concerning
Iraq's invitation to "clarify his position" at some point after the
U.S. military withdrawal.

He described the statements issued
after the Riyadh summit as "positive", he said: "It was declared a
positive .. words that we want to see Iraq policy, regional even open a
new page ... so I understand. We do not have anything as our regional
policy is clear, If he wants the brothers in the GCC should know we
welcome them in detail, although it is clear .............".

Maliki
was called two days ago to build the confidence of the documented
relationship between Iraq and Kuwait "does not vibrate to any change,
"asserting that" the adventure is over time and will not allow any
attack on Iraq from any point on Kuwait, "as he put it.

According
to the official Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that al-Maliki made ​​the
remarks when he received the delegation of the Kuwaiti Journalists
Association in Baghdad Monday. "We want to restore mutual trust between
the two countries and peoples of Kuwait and Iraq and that does not come
adventurer like Saddam, worsening of relations between the two
countries."

He was quoted as saying that he would welcome any
invitation Kuwaiti directed him to visit Kuwait and expressed his desire
to return to host his Kuwaiti counterpart Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad
Al-Sabah in Baghdad to discuss ways of strengthening bilateral
relations. He stressed that Iraq wants security and stability of Kuwait
does not want to interfere in the affairs of a not in Kuwait or anywhere
recalling what he called "painful lessons on the grounds of Saddam and
his policies."

Noteworthy that the final statement of the summit
in Riyadh included in one of its paragraphs the term Cooperation
Council (GCC) for " firm support for all regional and international
efforts aimed at combating terrorism. " He pointed out in other
paragraphs attitudes toward a number of regional developments, including
the Syrian crisis.

With regard to Iran, through what he called
"deep concern for the continuation of Iranian interference in the
internal affairs of the GCC countries", calling for a "full commitment
to the principles of good neighborliness, mutual respect, and customs
and international laws and conventions, and non-interference in internal
affairs, peaceful settlement of disputes and direct dialogue, and not
to use or threat of force, to ensure maintaining the security and
stability in the region. "

In his analysis of the content of the
summit communique GCC and related paragraphs which referred to the
relations, Iraq - Kuwait as well as to press releases issued after the
end of the summit in Riyadh, said political science professor at Baghdad
University, Dr. Ali al-Jubouri of Radio Free Iraq ".. there is the
concept of linking or irrational policy between the Iraqi and Iranian
policy Okonma There is a perception that the Iraq policy influenced by
the Iranian side ... With regard to Kuwait did not come statement Track
only placed Iraq's commitment to implement all actions and decisions of
international ......".

The academic and political analyst of
Iraq in the interview that you have made ​​over the phone from his
belief that "the Persian Gulf countries often provoke some of the words
that came in the Iraqi parliament on the subject of Bahrain and the
policies they want to clarify the issue of Iraq .. and they want Iraq to
say that he is not interested in the process of transformation or
internal disturbances here and there ........".

Also commented
on the importance of strengthening economic cooperation between Iraq and
the Gulf States in the light of the latest statistics released
Wednesday. It is noteworthy that these new statistics published by the
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kuwait showing the high level of
trade exchange between the two countries, despite the rumors between now
and then for tensions in relations, Iraq - Kuwaiti.

These
statistics showed that exports to Kuwait Iraq occupies the first rank
during the period since the beginning of 2011 and so far as the imports
amounted to 186.5 million Iraqi dinars merchandise sent Kuwaiti and
non-oil products from Kuwait. Also saw the Kuwaiti exports to Iraq
increased during the current year compared with last year by 67.6
million Kuwaiti dinars by an estimated 56 per cent to keep Iraq on the
rank first in the volume of exports from Kuwait to other countries.

Meanwhile,
the head (the Arab Centre for Publishing and Media and Research) and
professor of political science at King Abdul Aziz University in Jeddah,
Dr. Waheed Hamzeh Hashem in response to a question about the views of
the Gulf felt in some of the positions of Baghdad from regional
developments likely to similar positions announced by Tehran that this
vision was based on making Iraq in recent times, for example , a
position on the Syrian crisis similar to the position of Tehran. He
added that "this pro-Iraqi stance of Damascus appeared to be reflecting
the Iranian policy in the region with the support of the Syrian regime
.... in addition to other policies has nothing to prejudice the GCC
nationals .....".

In my interview over the phone Wednesday
afternoon, he spoke academic and Saudi political analyst for other
topics relevant and expressed in the context of his analysis of the
statement of the GCC summit on the belief that "there is concern about
Gulf in general and Kuwait in particular policies of Iraq towards Kuwait
and to the Arab Gulf countries in particular and that Kuwait has borne
two attempts previous first during the reign of Abd al-Karim Qasim and
the second successful already in the era of Saddam Hussein .... so there
is fear of the possibility that Iraq is Iran alliance is against Kuwait
and the Gulf States and may result from such an alliance form of
aggression if broke confrontations between Israel and Iran or between
Iran and other Western countries ... , "according to his opinion. more
details in the audio file, which includes interviews with the head (the
Arab Centre for publishing, media and research) and professor of
political science at King Abdul Aziz University in Jeddah, d. Hamza
Wahid Hashim, a professor of political science at Baghdad University, d.
Ali Jibouri.

http://www.iraqhurr.org/content/article/24429503.html
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