Within the framework of Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Gulf visit, which began in Oman and ended in Qatar last week, he followed Qatar’s visit with another one to Kuwait.
Sheikh Dr. Ahmed Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah, Kuwait’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs announced his country’s eagerness for the Saudi Crown Prince’s important visit to Kuwait, which he stressed: “adds a building block to the strong relations between the two countries.”
A continuation of historical ties
“The Kuwaiti people enthusiastically enjoy this important visit, which is a continuation of the historical links that unite the two nations and peoples,” he said in a press statement issued yesterday evening, Wednesday.
Sheikh Ahmed Al-Sabah expressed great hope in the convening of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries’ leaders for their forty-second session in Riyadh, saying that this pivotal summit holds great promise for joint Gulf action and unifying the strong bonds that bind the Cooperation Council countries.
Multiple files and critical timing
Sheikh Ali Al-Khaled Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Kuwait’s ambassador in Riyadh, added that Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit “comes at an important time before the Gulf summit, which will be held this month in Riyadh to unify positions and rapprochement, which is in the interests of the two countries and the Gulf states in general.”
He also stated that mutual investment between the two countries, increased commercial interaction, and simplified investor procedures will be among the major topics to be discussed.