Maliki welcomed the establishment of strategic relationships with Kuwait and overcome the effects of past

Posted: November 28, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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28.11.2013 3:19 p.m.

Welcomed Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, to establish strategic relations with Kuwait and overcome the effects of the past between the two countries, and stressed that these relations will promote the idea of ​​moderation in the region, while Kuwait expressed its desire to develop relations between the two countries in various fields. ”

Maliki said in a statement received (range Press) a copy of it, during a meeting with Kuwaiti Ambassador to Iraq’s new Ghassan Al-Zawawi, said that “it is important to work to overcome the stage of removing the effects of the past and the normalization of relations between the two countries and the starting stage of development and construction in the joint ventures.”

Maliki said that “the success of the two countries to overcome the past and build strong relationships with the availability of good will, evidence of the ability to build relationships sophisticated whatever the obstacles,” hello “the desire of the State of Kuwait to build relations of strategic partnership with Iraq.”

The Prime Minister stressed that “these relations will strengthen the idea of ​​moderation pursued by both Iraq and Kuwait and other countries in the region.”

For his part, the Kuwaiti ambassador in the new Iraq, Ghassan Al-Zawawi aspiration of the Government and people of his country to develop relations with Iraq, to ​​a broader extent, “adding that” the political will in Kuwait bent to it. ”

He pointed to the existence of Zawawi very wide areas of cooperation between the two brotherly countries. ”
Referred to the relations between Iraq and Kuwait have seen over the past few years, a major development at the official level, especially after the compromises and solutions to the main problems that were stuck between the two countries, the most important problem to install the demarcation of the land border.

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