Saudi Prince Muhammad bin Salman, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Defense of Saudi Arabia, concluded his Gulf tour in Kuwait, which he started last Tuesday with an official visit to Oman, then the UAE, Qatar, and Bahrain to enhance cooperation and integration among the GCC states.
Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Emir of Kuwait, honored Prince Muhammad bin Salman, the Saudi Crown Prince, with the highest Kuwaiti decorations “the Mubarak Al-Kabeer necklace and the Kuwait Medal” in appreciation of his efforts to consolidate the bonds of brotherhood between the two countries and peoples.
Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah received at Yamama Palace (Friday) Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in the presence of Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad, Crown Prince of Kuwait, where they reviewed the historical relations between the two countries and peoples, opportunities for bilateral cooperation in various fields, and the latest developments in the region.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad held an official session of talks at Bayan Palace in the capital, Kuwait, which dealt with aspects of relations between the two countries and opportunities for their development in various fields.
Upon his departure from Kuwait, Prince Muhammad bin Salman sent a cable, including his thanks and appreciation to Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Ahmad, Emir of Kuwait, for the warm reception and hospitality he received and the accompanying delegation.
The visit of the Saudi Crown Prince is the third to Kuwait after his first official visit in May 2015, and the second on September 30, 2018. In 2018, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia also signed the minutes of the establishment of the Kuwaiti-Saudi Coordination Council, which is a new start in the existing and growing cooperation between the two countries.
In his Gulf tour, the Saudi Crown Prince sought to enhance cooperation and relations between the GCC states and coordinate stances towards regional and international issues. The tour also affirmed the Saudi position on the importance of preserving the solidarity of the GCC states, the depth of ties between the peoples of the Council, strengthening the integrated economic system, and finding innovative solutions for optimal utilization of resources.