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Kuwait, Algeria looks at regional and international issues

Kuwait: Deputy Amir and Crown Prince Sheikh Michal al-Ahmad al-Javert al-Saber yesterday at the Bayan Palace from Algerian President Abdel Majid Teboon to Amir Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Javert al. I received a written letter. mackerel. The letter from Algeria’s Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamula touched on bilateral relations, common concerns, and the latest regional and international developments. The meeting was attended by Minister Amiri Diwan’s Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah al-Mubarak al-Saber, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of the Cabinet Sheikh Dr. Ahmad Nacelle al-Mohammad al-Saber and other senior officials. did.

Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah al-Khaled al-Hamad al-Saber also welcomed Algerian Foreign Minister at the Seif Palace. The meeting, attended by Dr. Sheikh Ahmad Nasser al-Saber, was during a visit by Algerian Supreme Diplomat to the country to attend the Arab Ministerial Council. Prime Minister Diwan Abdulaziz al-Dakir, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Sarah Hamdan, and State Minister for Foreign Affairs Nacelle Alcatani also attended. The Kuwaiti Foreign Minister then met with Algerian counterparts at the Foreign Ministry headquarters. The discussion between the two sides dealt with measures to further strengthen bilateral relations and various issues in the regional and international fields.

Eye to eye

Dr. Sheikh Ahmad confirmed the same views and visions between Kuwait and Algeria on regional and international issues. At a press conference after the official meeting, Sheikh Ahmad emphasized the need to strengthen the process of Arab joint action at the Arab summit and support Algeria. .. The Minister of Kuwait praised Algeria’s role and participation in the advisory ministerial meeting of the Arab Foreign Ministers hosted by Kuwait on Sunday, and the meeting will include some on the development of a joint Arab action mechanism to address the challenges of the Arab world. It has been pointed out that the proposal is included.

Ramamura, on the other hand, supports bilateral talks between the two countries, valuable ideas discussed, joint action in various economic, social and banking areas, and accurately supports and integrates diplomatic activities at all levels. I praised my commitment. The Algerian minister added that the visit to Kuwait was “successful” and that there would be multiple meetings at various levels thereafter, and in the future the Bilateral Economic Cooperation Commission will be directly responsible between the foreign ministers of both countries. He added that he would bear the burden. Answering questions about discussing Arab League reforms at the next summit, he develops a common Arab vision, develops a pace of work in the league, aligns ambitions with new challenges and is desirable. Arab unity. – Kuna

https://www.kuwaittimes.com/kuwait-algeria-see-eye-to-eye-on-regional-international-issues/ Kuwait, Algeria looks at regional and international issues

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