Kuwait's Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah on Wednesday inaugurated Kuwait's new permanent representation headquarters at the Cairo-based Arab League.
Speaking at the launching ceremony, Al-Jarallah said the State of Kuwait is keen on reactivating its role within the Arab League's framework and on promoting and bolstering Arab cooperation and coordination.
The opening of the new representative office stems from Kuwait's role in, and contribution to, the promotion and consolidation of common Arab moves, boasting that his country has a long history of efforts to overhaul the Arab bloc.
The new headquarters is bearing on Kuwait's history as it used to be the premises of many Kuwaiti ambassadors to Egypt, Al-Jarallah pointed out.
On his part, Kuwait's permanent representative at the Arab League Ambassador Ahmad Al-Baker said the new building, just like other Kuwaiti representative offices worldwide, aims to promote Kuwait's cultural and humanitarian image and to defend its interests and gains. Kuwait has been playing a crucial role in bolstering the Arab League since the country joined it, he said, calling for necessarily supporting and overhauling this bloc.