Qatar’s ambassador to Kuwait stresses strong bilateral relations

Qatar’s Ambassador to Kuwait, HE Ali bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud affirmed that the celebration of Kuwait’s 61st National Independence Day and the 31st anniversary of Kuwait Liberation Day are two occasions to remember the sacrifices made by fathers and grandfathers for the construction, development and advancement of Kuwait, that his faithful sons made enormous sacrifices for the liberation of their homeland.

In a statement to Qatar News Agency (QNA) on the occasion of Kuwait’s National Day and Liberation Day, the Ambassador pointed out that these two occasions are also an opportunity to proudly recall the honorable role of the Qatari armed forces which participated in the battle to liberate Kuwait, which remained a symbol of the cohesion of the Gulf.

The Ambassador sent his warmest congratulations to His Highness the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, the Crown Prince of Kuwait His Highness Sheikh Mishal Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, the wise government of Kuwait and the people Kuwaiti brother.

On this occasion, Ali bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud praised the depth and strength of the strong historical and fraternal relations and the solid ties that unite the State of Qatar and the State of Kuwait, underlining the vivacity of His Highness the Amir, of the government and the people. of Qatar to develop and strengthen these relations in all fields under the able leadership of the Amir H.H. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and the Emir of Kuwait H.H. Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, for the good, the progress and prosperity of the two brother countries and peoples.

The Qatari Ambassador expressed his wishes for continued security and stability, further progress and prosperity for Kuwait and its honorable people, as well as good health, well-being and happiness for the leadership of Kuwait.

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