Baghad, said the Emir of Kuwait Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah during a meeting with Transport Minister Hadi al-Amiri’s keenness of his country’s security and stability of Iraq.
According to the official KUNA news agency that the Emir of Kuwait received at Bayan Palace yesterday Transport Minister Hadi al-Amiri and his accompanying delegation. ”and stressed the Amir of Kuwait the need to strengthen the common interests between the two countries and strengthening of the form in which the benefit of the two countries, noting that Kuwait is interested in Iraq’s stability and security.
witnessing Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations are positive developments as it announced the Kuwaiti Ambassador in Iraq to the insured in the April 30, 2012 that his country will open soon consulates in the cities of Arbil and Basra as well as the offices of the embassy in the number of Iraqi provinces, and emphasized that the Kuwaiti side touches the seriousness of the Iraqi government to close the outstanding issues between the two countries since the nineties of the last century. He said the morning, according to the agency, his country’s keenness to resolve all outstanding issues in the interest of the two countries, As for the two countries of the historical ties and close.
As a result of improved relations agreed Kuwait with Iraq, to lay down allowances for Kuwait Airways that is created airline joint value of the amount of compensation which amounted to about $300 million, as re-Kuwait flights to Iraq, as it landed in the Najaf airport on April 17 last, the first Kuwaiti plane after 22 years on the last trip to Iraq, as confirmed company (airline) it will be two trips a week to the airport can be increased, as well as other flights to other airports in the country, as announced by the Minister of Public Works Minister of Planning and Development Minister of Kuwait, Dr. Fadel Safar recently, dispensing with the fourth phase of the port of Mubarak the Great, which was expected to reach the number of berths to 60 Marina, and only only three phases the first to reach the number of berths to 24 berth only, pursuant to the agreement recently between the two governments Kuwaiti and Iraqi forces. also led the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of Kuwait on 14 March last to the agreement of the parties to the maintenance of border markers, and lay the foundations and frameworks common to resolve all the files, within the timelines short, with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, who accompanied al-Maliki during his visit to what has been agreed upon is a great progress in relation to the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII.