40th Session of GCC Supreme Council Issues Final Communique 11 Riyadh

Tuesday 1441/4/13 - 2019/12/10
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62- The Supreme Council expressed its satisfaction with the steps taken to implement the Memorandum of Understanding and the joint action plan for strategic dialogue, and to develop relations between the Cooperation Council system and the Republic of Iraq in all political, security, economic, cultural and other fields.
63 - The Supreme Council affirmed its consistent positions and decisions regarding Iraq, stressing the importance of preserving the integrity, territorial integrity, full sovereignty, Arab identity, social fabric, and national unity. The council asserted its support for confronting terrorist groups and armed militias and strengthening state sovereignty and law enforcement.
64- The Supreme Council followed developments in Iraq and affirmed its support for everything that would end the current escalation, expressing its condolences to the families of the victims and wishing a speedy recovery for the injured. The council called for the language of dialogue to prevail preserving the social fabric, establishing peace and stability, and protecting citizens, their rights and public and private property. It also called for non-interference in its internal affairs, wishing Iraq and its brotherly people all progress, prosperity and economic development.
65- The Supreme Council renewed its support for Security Council Resolution No. 2107 (2013), which decided unanimously to refer the file of prisoners, missing persons, Kuwaiti property and the national archive to the United Nations Mission (UNAMI), to follow up on this file, and regretted that no progress was made in any of the outstanding issues. The aforementioned, and the Council calls on the Iraqi government and the United Nations to make every effort to find a solution to this humanitarian issue and other related issues, especially the completion of the demarcation of the maritime borders, beyond the 162nd mark.
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