Chapter VII Removal Was On Agenda For Maliki’s Cairo Summit Trip
Amidst the controversies that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuril al-Maliki is currently facing, the Prime Minister still pursued his way to the Cairo Summit where there were lots of Arab leaders who participated including the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah and the President of the Republic of Turkey Abdullah Gul. Is the Prime Minister taking the right move?
There were a lot of discussions including the matters to resolve the issues between the two countries in their stand to fight against the extremism in the Islam world. The consolidation talk that happened last February 5, 2013 might help both countries to develop stronger ties than before. Maliki even told the press during the long meeting, “We discussed all issues in common with Kuwait, and we insisted on faith common to solve, problems inherited from the time of the former regime and including file Airways and navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah, maintenance and installation of stents border – was positive of the two countries.” Iraqi Prime Minister and obelisk morning also tackled about the possible ways to remove the Chapter VII so that the country can move its way to a higher ground.
Luckily, the Information Office of the Prime Minister just announced that Iraqi Prime Minister will meet Emir and the President of Republic of Turkey, Abdullah Gul in the Conference of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
There was also a statement pointing that, “The conferees stressed the importance of the unity of the situation in the coming negotiations with the Russian Federation on bilateral relations between the Arab countries and Russia and discussed the Syrian crisis and mechanisms to achieve the political transition process and the solution according to the mechanism of the Geneva Act and ways to activate and move the implementation mechanisms of the international agreement to tackle the Syrian crisis and ensure the unity, security and peace Syria and the achievement of the legitimate aspirations of the Syrian people for freedom and democracy.“ Will the Russian Federation become a great contribution to the rebuilding oil industry of Iraq? Won’t this cause commotion between other foreign investors who have already handed down their money for the construction of the unfinished oil fields in the land?
Furthermore, a US newspaper “The Washington Times” just released their report that, “The increase in US oil production in Iraq could determine the future of world oil prices in the coming years, especially after the Iraq increased the size of its production last year to reach in December to 3.4 million barrels per day. Iraq may be the only country in the world which still contains large amounts of crude oil which does not require expensive equipment to extract”
As a matter of fact, the country successfully exported crude oil from the ports of Khor al-Amaya on the Arabian Guld and the Turkish port on the areas of Mediterranean Sea. At about 90 percent of oil production were gained during the operation while the remaining concerns where left in the north of the country, oil fields Kirkuk.
How come these events coincide together for the building up of the Iraqi economy? Although there are still great challenges that Iraq should face including the horrible incident in Fallujah, Iraq seems determined to get its place in the world wide chart of oil producers in the world. Attending the Cairo Summit to straighten up some curves of the past is not such a bad move, isn’t it? How far would the Iraqi leader go amidst the controversies waiting for him in his own soil? Will all the people understand his ways?
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