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His Highness Amir receives phone call from US President
February 11, 2017, 8:17 am
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His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah received a phone call from the US President Donald Trump Thursday evening.


His Highness the Amir congratulated President Trump on his election victory and assumption of the top US post, wishing him full success in his mission, a statement by the Amir Diwan stated.


During their conversation, the two leaders discussed the deeply-rooted and distinguished relations between the two friendly countries.


They expressed eagerness to upgrade bilateral cooperation in various domains, particularly those related to economy, security and military, to reach new heights to better serve the interests of the two nations.


They underlined the importance of continuing mutual consultations over different issues within the framework of the strategic partnership.


The two leaders also touched upon several issues of mutual concern and the latest regional and international developments.
They have stressed the need to boost security and stability in the region and to support joint efforts to counter extremism and terrorism.


In this regard, the President Trump reiterated commitment to the security and stability of Kuwait.
 He has also applauded Kuwait's important humanitarian efforts.


President Trump invited His Highness the Amir to visit the US and His Highness the Amir invited the US President to visit Kuwait and he accepted His Highness the Amir's invitation and promised to make this visit in the near future.


His Highness the Amir also thanked President Trump for his call and wished him everlasting wellbeing and the US more progress and welfare.

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James  Posted on : February 11, 2017 2:32 pm
Great idea I support the bilateral talk between two leaders welcome to Kuwait Trump
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