Baghdad (NINA) – Iraq declared its reservations on demands made by Arab League's Ministerial Council's to the Security Council to implement the plane of Arab and International envoy to the Syrian crisis, Kofi Annan, through resorting to Chapter VII of the UN Charter.
The Council's closing statement after its meeting in Dohal said, "Iraq, Algeria and Lebanon, announced their reservation on the Article pointing out to Chapter VII."
The Council's closing statement called on the Security Council to bear its responsibilities in accordance with the United Nations' Charter and take required measures for immediate and full implementation of Annan's plan within a set date, including the six points that stipulate resorting to the Chapter VII of the UN Charter.
It added that Chapter VII includes stop the economic, railway, maritime and airways transportation, as well as post, cable and wireless as well as other means of communication, and sever diplomatic relation.
Arab Foreign Ministers demanded NILESAT and ARABSAT companies to stop telecasting Syrian official and nonofficial television channels.
The Council called on the Security Council to take immediately all needed measures to protect civilians, including authorizing international observers to provide protection to civilians and putting an end to violations against them.
The statement renewed its demands to the opposition to overcome the differences and unite as soon as possible. / End.