KUWAIT, May 9 (NNN-KUNA) – The Kuwaiti Cabinet welcomed the visit to be taken by Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to Kuwait today, which is part of existing good relations between both friendly countries.

The cabinet voiced confidence that the visit will lead to fulfilling its goals of promoting and developing cooperative relations between both countries, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah said, in a statement, following the cabinet’s weekly meeting.

The cabinet was apprised of the outcome of the visit, paid by Egyptian President, Abdelfattah Al-Sisi, to Kuwait, on May 7-8, and bilateral talks on distinguished historical ties between Kuwait and Egypt, along with the latest regional developments.

In this context, the ministers voiced satisfaction with the fact that both sides shared the same views on different issues of both sides, in a friendly atmosphere that prevailed the talks.

During the meeting, First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, briefed the ministers on the outcome of the recent visit by a European Union (EU) delegation to Kuwait, where ways of promoting bilateral ties and the latest regional and international developments were discussed.

He also kept the cabinet posted on the results of the recent visit to Kuwait by UN Secretary General’s special representative and Chairman of the UN Assistant Mission in Iraq, Yan Kobish.

The cabinet also congratulated French President-elect Emmanuel Macron, wishing him the best of luck and a further promotion and development of existing friendly relations between Kuwait and France.– NNN-KUNA

Source: NAM News Network