KARACHI, Feb 24 (APP): Kuwait and Pakistan always enjoyed deep friendly, business and cultural ties.
was stated by the Consul General of the State of Kuwait in Karachi, Nasser Redn Al Motairi on the occasion of the 48th National Day
and 18th Liberation Anniversary of the State of Kuwait.
the occasion of 48th National Day and 18th Liberation Anniversary of the State of Kuwait, I felicitate the AMIR of the State of
Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al‑Ahmed Al‑Jaber Al‑Sabah, the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al‑Ahmed Al‑Jaber Al‑Sabah, and the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al Mohammad Al‑Ahmed Al‑Sabah, and the people of Kuwait on this glorious occasion”, he said in a message.
Consul General further pointed out that the State of Kuwait and
Islamic Republic of Pakistan are linked together by common Islamic heritage and share views on many regional and international issues and have
always enjoyed cordial cultural and business relations; besides of
course the commonality of religious faith between the two brotherly Muslim states.
also mentioned that Kuwait is Pakistan’s third largest economic partner in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Naseer Motairi said that Kuwait attaches high value to its brotherly relations with Islamic Pakistan as both the countries share
common faith and values and enjoy unanimity of views on all important global and regional issues.
stated that the presence of 125,000 Pakistani nationals in Kuwait is a testimony to close and mutually collaborative relations between the two countries.
patronage of the Kuwaiti government is appreciated by the Pakistani expatriate community who are playing key role in construction and development of the country, and constituting significant source of foreign exchange earnings for their country.
Consul General further stated that Kuwaiti leadership is looking forward to extend closer cooperation with Pakistan in regional and
international organizations to achieve the objectives of stability and
security and sustainable development.
said that the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al‑Ahmed Al‑Jaber Al‑Sabah assured during his visit to Pakistan in June 2006 that Kuwait’s commitment to foster stronger bilateral ties in economic, trade and investment sectors, he stated clearly that Kuwait would like to benefit from the skills and expertise of Pakistani manpower in order to
promote growth and development in the two countries.