Al-Kazemi receives a message from the Emir of Kuwait and receives three proposals to solve the economic crisis

Al-Kazemi receives a message from the Emir of Kuwait and receives three proposals to solve the economic crisis

6/14/2020 14:06

Al-Kazemi receives a message from the Emir of Kuwait and receives three proposals to solve the economic crisis[Baghdad_Eye]
Kuwaiti Foreign Minister, Ahmed Nasser Al-Ahmad Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah affirmed on Sunday that tackling the economic crisis is taking place through three levels, indicating that the relationship between Iraq and Kuwait is rooted in history.
A statement by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s office stated that “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received today, Kuwaiti Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-Muhammad Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, bringing with him a written message from the Emir of the State of Kuwait.”
The Kuwaiti Foreign Minister conveyed the greetings of the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and his blessing to the Prime Minister on the occasion of completing the government formation. He also conveyed the Emir’s condolences for the deaths of the Corona pandemic and his wishes for the recovery of all the injured.
The Kuwaiti Minister of Foreign Affairs emphasized that “the relationship between Iraq and Kuwait is rooted in history, and that the Emir of the State of Kuwait is interested in developing bilateral relations between the two countries, whether in the past or the present, and the need to spare future generations the problems of the past and the present.”
Al-Sabah indicated that “tackling the economic crisis takes place through three levels, which are movement at the international level and with international institutions and allies involved in the field of development and investment cooperation, as well as movement at the regional level through cooperation with the Gulf Cooperation Council, where it can be invested through electrical connectivity and other areas ”
For his part, Al-Kazimi thanked the “Emir of the State of Kuwait, recalling Kuwait’s attitudes towards Iraq,” stressing that “there is continuous communication with Kuwaiti officials.”
Al-Kazemi pointed out “the importance of strengthening security and economic cooperation between the two countries in a manner that serves the stability and prosperity of the region, and the revitalization of trade cooperation and what works to overcome the economic effects of the Corona pandemic.”
He pointed out that “the two countries have a historic opportunity to develop bilateral relations between them, and address the boundary file in the way that liberation from the fears of the past is carried out, according to the principle of good faith,” explaining that “relations between Iraq and Kuwait have historical roots that are based on family, tribal and social ties.”
Al-Kazemi clarified “the importance of activating the joint committee between the two countries and overcoming bureaucratic obstacles facing them, and activating the decisions of the Kuwait Conference and its follow-up committees,” stressing that “the government will continue to cooperate on the issue of Kuwaiti prisoners in the Gulf War in 1991, and return the remainder of the Emiri Archive in Iraq.”

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