Kuwait, UAE Discuss Security Ties

Kuwait Interior & Defense Ministries/KUNA; Photo © Kuwait Interior Ministry/KUNA16.04.2024 Security
Kuwait, UAE Discuss Security Ties

Kuwait, UAE Discuss Security Ties

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Kuwait Interior Ministry’s Undersecretary Lt. General Sheikh Salem Al-Nawaf Al-Sabah held talks on Monday in his office with a security delegation from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) concerning cooperation in the security field between the two countries.

Sheikh Salem Al-Nawaf also discussed enhancing joint partnerships in other fields to boost cooperation between the two countries, the Interior Ministry said in a statement, Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported.

Sheikh Al-Nawaf adorned the joint security cooperation between the two countries’ Interior Ministries and the ongoing joint meetings on security and traffic cooperation. The UAE delegation expressed their appreciation for the hospitality of the Kuwaiti Interior Ministry and their efforts in boosting ties, wishing Kuwait more progress under the country’s leadership.

In another development, Kuwait Deputy Prime Minister, Defense Minister, and Acting Interior Minister Sheikh Fahad Al-Yousef Al-Sabah and US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin discussed topics of common interest.

This came during a phone call on Monday, the Ministry of Defense said in a statement. The statement also noted that Sheikh Fahad stressed Kuwait’s position, calling for the importance of the Security Council assuming its responsibilities towards maintaining international peace and security by ensuring the commitment of the entire international community to what is stipulated in international laws and conventions.

Meanwhile, Egypt has raised alarm about the risk of expanding military confrontations in the Middle East and called on Iran and Israel to maintain maximum restraint and avoid a brinkmanship policy that could further escalate regional tension and instability.

Egypt’s warning was conveyed by Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry in three separate phone calls with his US, Iranian, and Israeli counterparts. 



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