Historic Kuwait-India ties underlined at Arab-Indian Cooperation Forum

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

The State of Kuwait on Tuesday affirmed its relations with India date back to many years ago during which the two countries established fruitful cooperation at the economic and commercial levels.

The affirmation of the close ties was made by Counselor Falah Al-Mutairi, addressing the virtual third session of senior officials of the Arab-Indian Cooperation Forum, co-chaired by Egypt and India.

More than 1.5 million Indians in Kuwait largely contribute to development enterprises, Counselor Al-Mutairi noted, lauding the cooperation between Kuwait and India in various spheres, namely the combat of the novel coronavirus.

Al-Mutairi added that current regional and international conditions should prompt Arab states and India to enhance mutual cooperation, calling for joint stances on issues such as the Middle East, disarmament and combating terrorism. The forum was set up to in 2008.


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