Just drop the demands for compensation instead, all of this is to gain influence in Iraqi politics, nothing else.
Kuwait has started extensive contacts with the World Bank to prepare for hosting a donor conference for the reconstruction of the Iraqi areas that have been liberated from Daesh control, Kuwait’s Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah announced yesterday.
Speaking in an event that was held at the Iraqi embassy to celebrate the liberation of Iraq’s northern city of Mosul, Al-Jarallah said that “there was no date set for the conference,” adding that “it is likely to be in the first quarter of next year .”
“Kuwait has always stood by Iraq via the international coalition (fighting Daesh) and bilaterally,” the Kuwaiti minister noted.
Al-Jarallah pointed out that “there is coordination and harmony between Kuwait and Iraq to overcome any problems that may occur.” He also congratulated the Iraqi people on the recapture of Mosul fromm Daesh.
On 11 July, Kuwaiti Emir, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, told the Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider Al-Abadi, in a phone call that his country was ready to host an international conference on rebuilding the liberated areas in Iraq.
The World Bank had also welcomed the initiative, stressing that it would support the long-term reconstruction of the liberated areas in Iraq.
What demands? Iraq has already paid every penny they demanded.Just drop the demands for compensation instead, all of this is to gain influence in Iraqi politics, nothing else.
October 5th of 2017 - Iraq delivers gas to Kuwait as part of Gulf War compensationWhat demands? Iraq has already paid every penny they demanded.
It's not over, there's billions more that need to be paid it seems. Iraq and Saudi should make a deal to take over those small states in the region.Kuwait has approved an Iraqi offer to received natural gas as part of the Gulf War compensation it is due, Kuwaiti oil minister Essam Al-Marzouq announced yesterday.
It's for rebuilding all of Iraq, not just the areas liberated from Daesh.So there is no actual conference scheduled
And it's supposed to be for areas liberated from daesh
and Kuwait hasn't promised a penny in any funds from their own coffers.. just to fill some empty hotel beds and conference hall for a few days?
Clutching at straws a bit?
Trying too hard?
There's a lot of bad history between Kuwait and Iraq because of the Gulf War, but most Kuwaitis and Iraqis don't want anything to do with it and are in no way connected to it.Actions speak louder than words
Kuwait sponsored the collective punishment of Iraqi people and the deaths of millions of Iraqis as revenge from 1991 to 2015.
All revenge for 6 and a half months of Iraq's occupation that killed less than. 1 person for every thousand that Kuwait sponsored the murder of in "revenge'.
Those actions speak louder than any words you spout.
Forget about politics for a second and just think of the people of Kuwait and Iraq.Actions speak louder than words.
Kuwait is still extorting money from Iraq in 2017 whilst it's own crimes of sponsored collective murder and destruction against Iraq (which easily surpass 1000 times what Iraq inflicted on Kuwait)) go completely unnoticed let alone punished.
Actions speak louder than words.
i thought kuwaitis were second grade citizens, same level as kurds with only limited right to speech and expression. how do you expect to build a successful nation state when you allow anyone these freedoms :Sthat's not nice, kuwaiti subdistrict people have as much right as any other iraqi to start threads and comment.