Kuwait announces a road map to resolve outstanding issues with Iraq
The Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry announced a road map to resolve outstanding issues with Iraq.
The ministry said in a statement that the visit of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to the country is fruitful and positive and constitutes an opportunity to exchange views and discuss relations between the two brotherly countries.
She said that Abdul-Mahdi and his delegation met with their Kuwaiti counterparts, where they discussed bilateral relations and the most important issues of mutual interest.
The ministry pointed out that the two sides agreed to develop and strengthen cooperation in all fields, “especially that this visit comes after the convening of the seventh ministerial high ministerial committee,” indicating that it was confirmed what was agreed in that committee.
The ministry expressed its optimism about the development of relations between Iraq and Kuwait, pointing out that the belief that the relations are moving in the right direction in the interests of the two countries and the two peoples and strengthen bilateral relations in light of the difficult conditions experienced by the region.
Asked by Deputy Foreign Minister Khalid al-Jarallah whether there were any agreements or memorandums of understanding signed during the visit, Jarallah said that “the agreements have already taken place during the meetings of the High Joint Ministerial Committee earlier this month, but what was talked about during the visit is the research In detail and put forward visions in the framework of fraternal relationship.”
He added that “the ministerial committee has developed a clear road map in preparation for the completion of important files outstanding between the two brotherly countries.” Source