Millionday chat 9/27
[millionday] i am starting by trying to fill you in and then back it up with documents so here we go
[millionday] as i have been telling you Iraq reps are in new york so -- today there was many meetings and one of them i will talk about in a minute but the most important i will give you first
[millionday] the Iraqi representatives met with the united nation security council formally about chapter 7 and the issues remaining with Kuwait -- meaning the compensation and other issues - this is the result and then we will read the report
[millionday] The United nations security Council returned Iraq as of today to international status !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is not the RV but
[millionday] What this is returns them to the status they were before 1990`s and all that they were a part of that remained supportively to the country that was also compliant with the constitution and also the wto compliance issues they have been training for -- also
Read More Link On Right
[millionday] this puts them to complete independence to comply with all of the international laws that are applicable -- trade laws -- and all in between --
[millionday] so let me show you -- brb with it -- these are the most informative reports i have found and are as formal and truthful as i have seen in ink
[millionday] this is the explanation
[millionday] Iraq suffered for more than two decades from international sanctions because of the invasion of the State of Kuwait by the former regime,
however the new Iraq has managed, through its cooperation with the international community on the one hand and through the development of its brotherly relations with the neighboring State of Kuwait, to overcome the effects of the sanctions and work together with the UN Security Council in adopting UN Security Council resolution No. 2107 of ] 27.09.2013
which terminated Iraq's obligations under chapter VII, and thus the crises and the problems suffered by the two brotherly countries of Iraq and Kuwait became part of the past.
Today, we look forward together to build the present to be a springboard and a solid foundation for a prosperous future for the generations that will reflect its positive effects on the entire region.
[millionday] this is what the order is # 2107
[millionday] The full text of resolution 2107 (2013) reads as follows:
“The Security Council, “Recalling its relevant resolutions on the situation between Iraq and Kuwait, in particular resolutions 686 (1991), 687 (1991), 833 (1993), and 1284 (1999), and the reports of the Secretary-General pursuant to paragraph 14 of resolution 1284 (1999),
“Recognizing that the situation that now exists in Iraq is significantly different from that which existed at the time of the adoption of resolution 661 (1990), and further recognizing the importance of Iraq achieving international standing equal to that which it held prior to the adoption of resolution 661 (1990),
“Welcoming Iraq’s continued demonstration of its commitment to the full implementation of its outstanding obligations under the relevant Chapter VII resolutions, namely the continuation of payment of the outstanding amount of compensation administered by the United Nations Compensation Commission,
and both Iraq and Kuwait’s efforts to advance regional stability, and welcoming also all the positive steps that have been taken by the Government of Iraq to fulfil resolution 833 (1993),
[millionday] (economic sanctions) -- this is what should make you dizzy and smile real big
[millionday] the most important>>>>>>recognizing the importance of Iraq achieving international standing equal to that which it held prior to the adoption of resolution 661 (1990), -- [millionday] note -- the standing before 1990
[millionday] Welcoming further the ongoing cooperation between Iraq and Kuwait in the search for missing Kuwaiti and third-country nationals within the framework of the Tripartite Commission and its Technical Subcommittee under the auspices of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC),
and the positive efforts by the Government of Iraq regarding the return of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains, and the return of Kuwaiti property,
“Reiterating the need for continued efforts to locate and repatriate missing Kuwaiti property, including the national archives, through the Iraqi interministerial committee established for this purpose,
“Expressing its deep appreciation to the late Ambassador Yuli Vorontsov and Ambassador Gennady Tarasov, who in the capacity of High-level Coordinator, devoted their time and professional skills to carrying out the mandate outlined in paragraph 14 of resolution 1284 (1999)
and ensuring that its implementation built trust between Iraq and Kuwait and contributed to the full normalization of their relations, “Noting that the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) includes advising, supporting, and assisting the Government of Iraq in facilitating regional dialogue, “With consideration to the provisions of Chapter VI of the Charter of the United Nations on the pacific settlement of disputes,
[millionday] with consideration of chapter 6 -- now many are confused of what this is -- it is monitoring of agreements in short form -- this is the most important that i see from it -- here is the report in june from what it is -- a reflection
[millionday] “1. Welcomes the report of the Secretary-General of 17 June 2013 (S/2013/357) and the letters from the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Kuwait (S/2013/323, annex and S/2013/324, annex) and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Iraq (S/2013/357, annexes II and III) to the Secretary-General;
“2. Calls upon the Government of Iraq, in furtherance of its commitment to facilitate the repatriation of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals referred to in paragraph 30 of resolution 687 (1991), to continue cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) by providing any information of such persons, facilitating the access of ICRC to all such persons wherever they might be and facilitating the search by ICRC for those Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains still unaccounted for, and to continue efforts to search for missing Kuwaiti property, including the national archives, through its interministerial committee;
“3. Decides, under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, to terminate the measures in paragraphs 2 (coffee), 2 (d) and 3 (coffee) of resolution 686 (1991), paragraph 30 of resolution 687 (1991) and the arrangements set forth in paragraph 14 of resolution 1284 (1999), and reaffirmed in subsequent relevant resolutions;
[millionday] “4. Requests that the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission to Iraq (UNAMI) promote, support and facilitate efforts regarding the repatriation or return of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains, and the return of Kuwaiti property,
including the national archives, seized by Iraq, further requests the Secretary-General to report separately to the Security Council on these matters in his reports on the progress made towards the fulfilment of all UNAMI’s responsibilities,
and also requests that the Secretary-General consider designating the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General at UNAMI covering political affairs with the responsibility for overseeing these issues and ensuring appropriate resources for this purpose;
“5. Expresses its intention to review the modalities of the reporting referred to in operative paragraph 4 of this resolution, upon the eventual termination of UNAMI’s mandate, with a view towards considering a continued role for the United Nations in such matters if needed; “6. Decides to remain seized of the matter.”
[millionday] so today they have been put under resolution 2107 --
[millionday] this was why we saw from different reports that the release was still holding some issues and it was not that they were not released -- it was that they were not formally placed in any position and moved forward -- yes the sanctions were lifted when they announced it but --- they had not placed them back to international status ---- UNTIL TODAY
[millionday] smile -- the security council meeting is live about syria -- on c-span right now -- if you can tape it -- brb with more they are replaying todays statement before they begin on syria
[millionday] here is this and privatization and what they are doing and have set
[millionday] The issue of privatization of State enterprises of more than threads facing challenges on the ground being unresolved, no real review of this aspect of production and improve the Ministry of industry and minerals companies and promote self reliance on financing instead of overloading the operational budget for the salaries of its employees.
Several States have resorted to adopt this approach to address the performance of companies and State enterprises which have not worked with her efforts to restructure and profit-oriented.
And at a time when Iraq is to attract foreign investment to rebuild infrastructure to promote economic reality appear in contrast the challenges represented by the fate of corporate employees and upgrading laboratories and State industries should be addressed through deliberate action plans and mechanisms.
[millionday] to reinstate the private sector
[millionday] Defines academic Dr Issam almhaoili economic privatization as a policy of economic and administrative capital-oriented States to transform State enterprises into joint stock companies through government ownership to the private sector.
In the modern (morning) that the primary objective of privatization of revitalizing the role of the private sector and sticky in the arena of national economy as an important strategic partner and active in the development of its financial and managerial capabilities to speed decision-making.
almhaoili called on the Government to address the reality of the Government through a number of actions including the preparation of competent cadres with diverse economic and adopt modern technology within the privatization program.
almhaoili felt that this cadre of Cabinet's Economic Committee. He stressed the importance of the Division of the angels The sectors included in the study for the purpose of privatization, and setting a time frame for the work of each group separately and then obliged to provide reports and recommendations to the Commission to decide on each company.
[millionday] note -- he is saying that everything has to be made ready and at each needs disposal -- they need to have everything set up and also make sure that communication is available to all companies and their needs are met during the privatization of the country --
[millionday] this has to be smoothly done so the economy is healthy and they have departments ready and answers available
[millionday] as i have brought up many times -- all laws for investment have to be ready and all at the same time
[millionday] He noted the possibility of investment laws of the quotation States that have achieved successes in this area and reworking them to see the reality of the Iraqi economy to serve the development process.
He highlighted the importance of improving the quality of investment climate in Iraq through the implementation of the Government plan on the reform of State-owned enterprises through the coordination of public-private partnership and closer communication between government supervision.
And a set of modern commercial law, as well as a full review of State assets, including their development and growth.
[millionday] full review will be obtained through -- transparency -- -- again communication - a little bit better explanation on privatization and its importance
[millionday] The benefits of privatization of the economy, most notably maintaining domestic capital flight out of the country to search for investment opportunities, as well as being a way to attract foreign investment to the inside when the economic laws to attract and protect foreign investments.
Almhaoili said that as a result of security chaos after 2003 has affected companies and government labs to the limitation in time of the machinery industry and the end-of-life for production, not to apply privatization programmes by the State industrial enterprises constitute a burden on the national economy of the discontinued resulting in inability to pay salaries to its employees.
[millionday] note -- they have to be able to pay their overhead in industry while they get rolling -- they have to be very clevor in getting themselves set up to be competitive -- budgeting for the beginning >>>>> (headache)
PART 2 CONTINUED