Kuwait City, 11 December 2021 (TDI): Saudi Prince Mohammad bin Salman ended his official visit on Friday night. Therefore, during his Gulf tour, he visited Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait.
Saudi Arabia visit Kuwait
On his last visit, Saudi Prince Mohammad bin Salman met with Kuwaiti Amir Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad as part of his tour of the GCC countries. During the meeting, they shared common opinions on cooperation and coordination in security.
They also expressed similar points of view regarding regional issues. Those are the Palestinian issue, the Yemeni humanitarian crisis, and other relevant and unsolved conflicts. Besides that, they review their State’s deep-rooted bilateral relations and means to develop in different fields of economics and politics.
On the other hand, the Saudi Crown Prince and Kuwait’s Amir co-chaired official talks about climate change and its importance in economic growth. That’s how they agree to join international climate policies and implement the Green Middle East Initiative.
This Middle East Green Initiative, launched by Prince Mohammad bin Salman, aims to improve the quality of life for people around the world and future generations. The project looks forward to increasing dependence on clean energy without diminishing its commercial exchange.
GCC Summit 41
41st Summit of The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) took place in Saudi Arabia. During the Summit, hosted on January 5th, the GCC members signed the Al-Ula Declaration.
The Declaration contains the Member States’ commitment to achieving coordination and integration between them. It also joined all GCC members in a single statement to establish the Gulf Center for Disease Prevention and Control.
In addition, during the well-known “41 the Summit”, the member states agreed to complete the requirements of the Customs Union and the Gulf Common Market so that it becomes operational as soon as possible.
That is why in Yesterday’s official talks, Kuwait Amir and Saudi Arabia Prince, emphasized the continuous effort of both nations to achieve the Al-Ula Declaration. With that, they reaffirmed the strengthening of the GCC Council and its scope.