Sunday, September 16 / September 2012 18:36
[Baghdad - where]
Called on the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Human Rights of citizens to provide information on missing Kuwaitis by the former regime’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990.
The Foreign Ministry statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] on Sunday that “the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Human Rights call for honest citizens to offer their information on missing persons from the Kuwait war and places of their disappearance.”
“The Iraqi government has made serious efforts to find those missing or their remains and we have been successful in finding 236 missing so far and the remaining 373.”
The statement noted that “seek to accomplish this task is part of our international obligations, and to provide information about these missing is a service to our dear country to get rid of the effects of the crimes committed by the former regime and maintain the reputation of Iraq and its natural place in the international community.”
The UN Security Council has urged the Iraqi government to continue to abide by its responsibility in the search for missing Kuwaitis on their territory for more than two decades in addition to the Kuwaiti national archives.