Kuwait's Army Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Mohammad Khaled Al-Khodher described on Sunday ties between the Jordanian and Kuwaiti armies as deeply rooted and strong.
Al-Khodher made his remarks to KUNA in a dinner banquet hosted by Kuwaiti Ambassador to Jordan Hamad Al-Duaij.
The Lieutenant General said that his visit to Jordan comes to enhance bilateral relations, exchange of experiences, and boost capabilities through joint exercises and training the two armies.
Al-Khodher stressed that relationship between the two countries are strong, thanks to keenness of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and Jordan's King Abdullah II, and at the military level, represented by Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah and Adviser to Jordan's King, the Chairman of Military Affairs Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mishal Al-Zaben.
Al-Khodher explained that exercises between the two countries are continuing for a long time, including Kuwait's participation in various training with Jordan's Commandos, and Jordan's Special Forces Command operations as well as future exercises between the two armies.
In turn, Ambassador Al-Duaij said that the visit comes in the framework of official visits exchanged by the parties to improve relations, cooperation, which are sponsored by the political leadership.