President of the Comoros Ikililou Dhoinine met on Saturday with visiting Kuwaiti lawmakers, with whom he discussed bolstering Comorian-Kuwaiti relations.
While he touted the progress of bilateral relations, he said these relations would be boosted further after the official opening of his country's embassy in Kuwait.
Speaking for the Kuwaiti delegation of lawmakers, MP Saud Al-Heraiji said the Kuwaiti lawmakers' visit to the Comoros is part of the Kuwaiti National Assembly's program for visit exchanges with the parliaments of friendly countries, aiming at strengthening bilateral ties in all fields.
On his part, Acting President of the Assembly of the Union of the Comoros Hashem Bambara met with the Kuwaiti lawmakers, welcoming their visit, and finding it a propitious chance to boost legislative contacts between the two nations' lawmakers.
He expressed the desire of Comorian lawmakers to gain knowledge from the democratic experience in Kuwait. To a query by Kuwaiti MP Hamadan Al-Azmi regarding the possible existence of investment impediments in the Comoros, Bambara said the major obstacle was in the problem of providing uninterrupted energy.
The Kuwaiti delegation includes MPs Dr. Ahmad Mati'e Al-Azemi, Hamdan Salem Al-Azemi, Mohammad Marwi Al-Hadiya and Saud Nashmi Al-Heraiji.