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Al-Awati: The Kuwaiti-British strategic dialogue will begin tomorrow

Bader Al-Awadi, the Kuwaiti ambassador to the UK and Northern Ireland, said yesterday: The opening ceremony of the Strategic Dialogue between Kuwait and the UK to be held in London tomorrow is the culmination of several important historical achievements. Milestones in a commendable parade of deep-rooted strategic friendship between the two allies.

This came in a special statement issued by the Ambassador to Kuna, Al-Awati, on the occasion of Foreign Minister Sheikh Salem Al-Sabah’s visit to the British capital, London, to initiate strategic dialogue between Kuwait and the United Kingdom. Two Foreign Ministers.

Al-Awadi added, “This strategic dialogue reflects the interest of the political leadership of the country to protect and promote the great interests of Kuwait in the United Kingdom, and to maintain and improve the means of comfort for the citizens of one of the most important countries where they go. Study, treatment, tourism and other purposes.”

He praised the “significant” level that the bilateral relations between Kuwait and the United Kingdom have reached in all fields and at all levels, which continue to develop steadily towards wider horizons, especially with the start of the strategic dialogue, which is a new effective. A means of fulfilling the aspirations of the leaders of both countries and the two friendly peoples look forward to it.

He reiterated the importance of Minister Sheikh Salem Al-Sabah’s visit, which will “witness the start of the wheel of strategic dialogue, when he will meet with a group of senior British officials such as the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth Affairs and Development, James Wise, and the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and the United British Secretary to the United Nations.” and Commonwealth Affairs Lord Tariq Ahmed, British Minister for International Trade and Investment Lord Dominic Johnson and Speaker of the British House of Commons Sir Lindsay Hoyle.

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