Tunisia: President Saied Receives Written Message From Emir of Kuwait

Tunis/Tunisia — President Kais Saied received on Wednesday a written message from Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Jaber Al Sabah.

The message was delivered to the Head of State by Kuwaiti Foreign Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, said a statement of the Presidency of the Republic.

The Kuwaiti Minister of Foreign Affairs also conveyed to the President of the Republic an invitation from the Emir of Kuwait to visit his country, an invitation that Kaïs Saïed welcomed and promised to honour as soon as possible.

President Said also praised the strong ties of friendship and brotherhood that unite Tunisia and Kuwait, stressing the real prospects for cooperation, partnership and investment that are offered to both countries in various fields.

"Tunisia and Kuwait share common principles on regional and international issues, and are working to help overcome the difficulties facing the region to achieve the peace and progress expected by its peoples," he said.

In turn, Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah expressed his country's willingness to further consolidate the historical relations with Tunisia, and his concern to accelerate the resumption of the mechanisms of joint cooperation and further develop consultations and coordination on regional and international issues of common interest.

He also highlighted the common will of the two countries to further strengthen bilateral cooperation in the economic and commercial fields as well as in education, youth and health, especially in light of the global health crisis caused by the coronavirus epidemic.

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