KUWAIT, Kuwait’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah said escalations in the region have “decreased” as a result of continuous diplomatic efforts and communication.
Kuwait is carefully watching efforts aimed at ensuring calm in the area, the deputy prime minister told reporters.
He described the regional impact of Iran’s intention to increase uranium enrichment as a “worrying matter,” urging this be resolved within the framework of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The deputy prime minister went on to reiterate Kuwait’s condemnation of the “devastating and aggressive” attack, launched by Houthi militia on Abha Airport in southern Saudi Arabia.
The attack was dubbed a “dangerous escalation that undermines all efforts aimed at reaching a political solution” and a “blatant breach” of international norms.
Kuwait hopes these attacks, it has condemned and rejected, come to a halt, he said, paving the way for political moves made by the international envoy or other parties aimed at reaching a political solution in Yemen.
Speaking at a Russian embassy National Day function, he said Kuwait is proud of being the first country in the region to have launched diplomatic relations with Moscow.
These bilateral relations are historic and strategic, he added, mentioning that coordination on regional and global matters remains continuous between both.
Source: Kuwait News Agency