The government of Pakistan had taken measures to ensure compliance with Kuwaiti rules and regulations, Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain said when he met outgoing Kuwaiti Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf Abdulaziz Alenezi who called on him at the presidency on Thursday.
In a report published Saturday, Pakistan’s Daily Times revealed the President has urged the Kuwaiti government to ease its visa policy for the benefit of Pakistani workers.
Also, Alenezi conveyed condolences of HH the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah over the Quetta terrorist attack, saying that Kuwaitis were deeply saddened over the incident. The President pointed out the attack on Quetta was a manifestation of the terrorists’ desperation following the operation to eliminate them.
He stressed the need for relations between all Islamic countries to be cordial, such that they must exert concerted efforts to combat terrorism and extremism. He also emphasized the need for all Muslims to resolve mutual issues through the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
“Pakistan would stand by all Muslim countries in their hour of need, including Kuwait,” he added. The President affirmed that Pakistan is keen on maintaining strong economic relations with all Islamic countries, underscoring the need to have extended cooperation amongst the people in the Muslim world in the fields of education, healthcare and Science.
He commended the services of the outgoing ambassador of Kuwait in Pakistan and hoped that he would continue his work to improve relations between Pakistan and Kuwait.