Deputy: the law regulating navigation between Iraq and Kuwait will allow the Iraqi ships to move in depth in a flexible manner

Posted: August 23, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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Friday, August 23 / August 2013 10:34

The MP said the National Bloc white, Aziz Mayahi, that “the vote on the Convention on the Regulation of Maritime Navigation between Iraq and Kuwait in the port of Khor Abdullah ratification would allow the Iraqi move ships in the region comfortably deep and flexible.

The Mayahi, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that “the National Bloc white welcomed the vote of the parliament of the Convention on the organization of maritime navigation between Iraq and Kuwait in the port of Khawr Abd Allah, and that this law will significantly improve the economic situation of Iraq by giving great flexibility for the movement of Iraqi ships in the port, in addition to the big role in strengthening the relationship with its neighbor Kuwait. “

He added that the “halo media that some have tried photographed for waiver of Iraq for the rights of water to Kuwait is a fallacy clear that the port of Khor Abdullah was part of the demarcation of the border that was imposed on Iraq after its invasion of the former regime of Kuwait, where he became whereby the deep area of ​​Kuwait did not تتبق for Iraq only a shallow area that does not benefit the movement of ships. ”

Mayahi stressed that “national bloc white welcomes this law because it would allow the ships to move in the Iraqi region deep in a comfortable and flexible, and thus accomplish calculated at this stage and restore a portion of the rights of Iraq, which robbed because of the policies of the former regime.”

The parliament voted to ratify the Law of the agreement between Iraq and Kuwait on navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah,.

The Iraqi government approved on 30 January last, an agreement with Kuwait concerning the organization of navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah, overlooking the Gulf.

According to the Convention on navigation in the port of Khawr Abd Allah, the ships passing through the channel down their flags in both Iraq and Kuwait and will not raise any flag.


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