Tillerson made his remarks Tuesday at a ministerial meeting of the U.
Kuwaiti oilfields set on fire by invading Iraqi troops during the invasion. Kuwait marks today the 27th anniversary of the Iraqi brutal invasion, that severely and harshly sought to efface the identity the country.
Since the early hours of the invasion, the Kuwaiti government and people utterly rejected the flagrant aggression, and Kuwaitis, both at home and overseas stood by the side of their legitimate leadership to defend their country, freedom and sovereignty.
During the invasion, the Iraqis adopted a scorched-earth policy, setting fire on oil wells, digging trenches and filling them with oil as a barrier against the US-led international coalition troops.
As soon as the aggression took place, the world condemned it and the UN Security Council issued a host of decisive resolutions, starting with Resolutionwhich demanded an immediate withdrawal of the Iraqi forces from Kuwait.
The Arab and international stances adopted similar stances, demanding immediate withdrawal of aggressors, and holding the Iraqi regime accountable for all the damages caused by the invasion. Over the long years, he had managed to establish strong ties with the UN, its affiliate organizations and member states.
Untilthe main features of this policy were: He stressed that Kuwait would carry on with helping the Iraqi people after the invasion, especially for the refugees in the north and south.
Following the liberation war of Iraq inKuwait hurried with relief and humanitarian aid to the refugees there, as a major donor to the country. Providing those with protection and ensuring their safety and security is a shared responsibility of the international community, Abulhassan said then.KUWAIT: Kuwait marks today the 27th anniversary of the Iraqi brutal invasion, that severely and harshly sought to efface the identity .
On July 20, representatives from 24 countries pledged more than $ billion in foreign aid to Iraq at a Washington, D.C.
conference co-hosted by the U.S., Canada, Japan, Kuwait, Germany and . President Bush for US assistance.
The US pledged to defend the Saudis, and to remove the Iraqis from Kuwait. Great masses of troops from many different nations were deployed in the Persian Gulf area.
At PM EST on January 16, , the first aircraft with orders to attack Iraqi targets. $30 Billion Pledged in Kuwait at Summit to Rebuild Iraq.
International donors have pledged $30 billion to help rebuild Iraq after the war against the Islamic State group. KUWAIT: HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah congratulated the Iraqi people on the victory achieved that led to the defeat of the so-called Islamic State (IS) and abolishing it from.
Japan, the largest donor after the US at Madrid, pledged $5 billion, of which $ billion has been disbursed on the ground. Japanese aid has, for example, rehabilitated 3 hospitals, provided ambulances, and is building a 60 megawatt power station.