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Prime Minister of Kuwait meets Huawei Vice Chairman Guo Ping
October 26, 2014, 11:27 am
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The Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait, Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al Hamad Al Sabah, met Guo Ping, Vice Chairman and Rotating CEO of Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, in the capital of Kuwait. The two had a friendly discussion concerning Huawei's plans for development in Kuwait over the next few years.

Huawei has been operational in Kuwait for eight years since it entered Kuwait Market in 2006. With over 650 employees, Huawei Kuwait has grown into a well-known high-tech company providing communications equipment and solutions in Kuwait. With its leading innovative products, Huawei provides services to the leading telecom carriers in Kuwait, including Zain, VIVA, and Ooredoo. Huawei continues to play a critical role in the development of modern communications networks in Kuwait. Huawei's products and solutions are now serving millions of people in the country.

“We attach great importance to our cooperation with Huawei,” stated Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber. “We saw Huawei products in every country we paid a visit and I am pleased not only to see Huawei’s success and contribution but also the high quality products what Huawei continue to provide to Kuwait,” he added.

Huawei's Vice Chairman and Rotating CEO Guo Ping said: “We appreciate the support that Prime Minister and the Kuwaiti government have extended to Huawei during our business development in Kuwait in the past years. Kuwait is one of the most influential countries in the Middle East and we are wholly committed to the market and recognize the significant business advantages in Kuwait. Huawei will continue to actively participate in the Kuwait Development Plan, help to facilitate the execution of Kuwait's ICT strategy, and improve the communications experience for Kuwaiti people with our world-leading products and solutions.”

ICT technologies have become an important engine that drives development across all industries. Huawei is committed to developing the ICT industry in the countries in which it operates, thereby supporting economic, social, and environmental sustainability. Huawei will continue to invest in local activities, training centers, and cooperate with local universities in cultivating ICT professionals in Kuwait. Huawei also actively explores new ways to share its professional ICT knowledge with local communities.

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