Pak, Kuwait agree to further cement bilateral ties
Both sides discuss current developments in ME, including Iraq, Syria, Yemen and ways to address challenges facing the region.
Pakistan and Kuwait have agreed to further deepen mutually beneficial cooperation existing between the two countries.
The understanding came at a meeting between Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz and Speaker of the National Assembly of the State of Kuwait Marzouq Ali M. Al-Ghanim in Islamabad on Wednesday.
Al-Ghanim was accompanied by a high-level delegation comprising members of Parliament of Kuwait.
The Adviser highlighted the close and brotherly relations between Pakistan and Kuwait and underscored that visit of Prime Minister of Kuwait to Pakistan 2013 was helpful in enhancing bilateral relations.
The Speaker of the Parliament of Kuwait hailed positive trajectory of Pakistan-Kuwait bilateral relations, which were deep-rooted in common faith and shared values. He conveyed that the Parliament of Kuwait was supportive of all initiatives aimed at further improving relations between Pakistan and Kuwait.
In-depth discussions were held on regional issues and their impact on peace and security. The sides also discussed current developments in the Middle East, including Iraq, Syria, and Yemen and ways to address challenges facing the region.