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Elaf from London: The United Kingdom and Kuwait have agreed to resume joint military exercises in 2022, including the “Desert Warrior Exercise”.
Starting with a new action plan signed by the United Kingdom and the State of Kuwait at the Seventeenth Session of the Joint Steering Committee in London on Wednesday (22 September 2021), the two countries will begin work to strengthen cooperation between them. Internet Security, Business, Education and Development.
The talks took place today at Lancaster House, chaired by British Minister for Middle East and North African Affairs James Wise, and led by Kuwaiti Deputy Foreign Minister Majdi al-Tafri.
The UK-Kuwait Joint Steering Committee meets twice a year, underlining the two countries’ commitment to work as one of the broader common priorities for both countries.
The British Foreign Office said it had discussed plans for a meeting between al-Tafri and Kuwaiti officials and experts from the UK’s National Cyber Security Center later this month.
In this regard, both sides agreed to collaborate to establish a business event between the United Kingdom and Kuwait at the British Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dubai, both virtually and privately.
The British Council in Kuwait and the National Council for Culture, the Arts and Letters have agreed to implement a blueprint for developing a constructive economy in the State of Kuwait.
Foreign Secretary for the Middle East James wisely said: “The breadth of today’s talks demonstrates the long-standing partnership between the UK and Kuwait in areas including trade, technology, security and military training.
He said the Joint Steering Committee ensures that our two countries are ready to face any future challenges and that we will jointly seize the growing opportunities.
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