Kuwait seeks to boost ties with Laos

HCPUMG4WM8Kuwaiti legislators, on a mission in Laos, held talks on September 11 with the country’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Dr. Thongloun Sisoulith, and the First Deputy Premier, Asang Laoly, on means of strengthening bilateral relations between the two states in various fields.

MP Khalil Abdullah, head of the visiting Kuwait-Laos Parliamentary Friendship Committee, said that the foreign minister affirmed during the meeting that the Kuwaiti delegation’s visit would contribute to “solidifying bilateral relations and mutual cooperation between the two countries in various sectors, namely businesses.”

Moreover, Minister Sisoulith praised role of the Kuwaiti Ambassador to the nation, Nabil Al-Dekheel, for facilitating cooperation between Kuwait and Laos. He also affirmed support for Kuwait’s nomination for a non-permanent seat at the UN Security Council for the period, 2017-2018.

MP Abdullah added that Laos’ Deputy Premier, Asang Laoly, for his part, echoed the same feelings about the Kuwaiti delegation’s mission and stressed necessity of business cooperation between the two sides, noting that his country was upgrading its infrastructure.

Kuwait, which established an embassy in Laos in 2008, was the first Arab state to assign a diplomatic mission in the country.



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Kuwaiti legislators, on a mission in Laos, held talks on September 11 with the country's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Dr. Thongloun Sisoulith, and the First Deputy Premier, Asang Laoly, on means of strengthening bilateral relations between the two states in various fields. MP Khalil Abdullah, head of the visiting Kuwait-Laos Parliamentary Friendship Committee, said that the foreign minister affirmed during the meeting that the Kuwaiti delegation's visit would contribute to “solidifying bilateral relations and mutual cooperation between the two countries in various sectors, namely businesses.” Moreover, Minister Sisoulith praised role of the Kuwaiti Ambassador to the nation, Nabil...

HCPUMG4WM8Kuwaiti legislators, on a mission in Laos, held talks on September 11 with the country’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Dr. Thongloun Sisoulith, and the First Deputy Premier, Asang Laoly, on means of strengthening bilateral relations between the two states in various fields.

MP Khalil Abdullah, head of the visiting Kuwait-Laos Parliamentary Friendship Committee, said that the foreign minister affirmed during the meeting that the Kuwaiti delegation’s visit would contribute to “solidifying bilateral relations and mutual cooperation between the two countries in various sectors, namely businesses.”

Moreover, Minister Sisoulith praised role of the Kuwaiti Ambassador to the nation, Nabil Al-Dekheel, for facilitating cooperation between Kuwait and Laos. He also affirmed support for Kuwait’s nomination for a non-permanent seat at the UN Security Council for the period, 2017-2018.

MP Abdullah added that Laos’ Deputy Premier, Asang Laoly, for his part, echoed the same feelings about the Kuwaiti delegation’s mission and stressed necessity of business cooperation between the two sides, noting that his country was upgrading its infrastructure.

Kuwait, which established an embassy in Laos in 2008, was the first Arab state to assign a diplomatic mission in the country.



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