Kuwait and Pakistan are investigating a bilateral economic partnership

Kuwait: Anwar-Ul-Haq Kakar, the Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan, engaged in a meeting today with Kuwait’s Crown Prince, Sheikh Meshal Al Ahmed Al Jaber Al Sabah.

Upon arrival at Bayan Palace in Kuwait, the Prime Minister, currently on a two-day visit to the State, was warmly received by Kuwait’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, Sheikh Talal Al Khaleed Al Ahmed Al Sabah. The Royal Guards performed the national anthems of both nations, and the Prime Minister received the Guard of Honour.

Accompanying the Prime Minister were Finance Minister Shamshad Akhter, Energy Minister Muhammad Ali, Commerce Minister Gohar Ejaz, and Law, Climate Change, and Water Minister Ahmad Irfan Aslam, along with Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to strengthening its relations with Kuwait, emphasizing the expansion of bilateral cooperation across various sectors. He specifically highlighted the determination to enhance economic ties between the two countries, particularly in trade, energy, IT, labor, minerals, and investments. Additionally, he expressed contentment with the close collaboration between Pakistan and Kuwait in international forums.

The Prime Minister commended Kuwait’s efforts in recruiting Pakistani workers, particularly in health, security, and infrastructure sectors.

In response, Crown Prince Sheikh Meshal Al Ahmed Al Jaber Al Sabah echoed the Prime Minister’s sentiments, affirming Kuwait’s leadership’s keenness to further develop bilateral relations with Pakistan.

The primary objective of the Prime Minister’s visit is to sign Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) across various domains, aiming to transform the longstanding six-decade bilateral relationship into mutually beneficial economic ties.

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