KUWAIT King Abdullah II of Jordan and Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Amir of Kuwait, held talks on Tuesday, focusing on relations between the two countries and regional developments.
During the talks, held at Dasman Palace, King Abdullah and Sheikh Sabah voiced pride in the distinguished level of Jordanian-Kuwaiti relations and keenness to expand mutual cooperation, particularly in the economic and trade fields, and prospects for increasing Kuwaiti investments in the Kingdom in a number of vital sectors.
In this context, the King expressed Jordan’s appreciation for Kuwait’s supportive stances of the Kingdom in various circumstances.
The two leaders stressed the importance of maintaining coordination and consultation between the two countries on various regional issues and challenges, thus serving the Arab nation and its just causes.
The King underlined the importance of Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah’s efforts in serving Arab causes and enhancing pan-Arab solidarity.
The talks also dealt with current developments in the region and the need to reach political solutions to regional crises, as well as, the war on terror within a holistic approach.
Sheikh Sabah expressed his deep appreciation for the honourable positions of Jordan, under the leadership of the King, to stand by Arab brothers and the important role played to serve Arab issues, strengthen pan-Arab cooperation and bring about regional stability.
Source: NAM News Network