New Delhi [India]February 25 (ANI): Foreign Minister S Jaishankar today extended greetings to Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Salim Abdullah Jabir Sabah and the people of the country on National Day.
Jaishankar said on his official Twitter that he attached great importance to the historical ties and close partnership between the two countries.
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Jaishankar tweeted: “Greetings to FM Sheikh Salem Al-Sabah and the Government and people of Kuwait on their National Day. Our historic ties and close partnership are deeply cherished.”
Kuwait National Day is celebrated on February 25th every year. The Kuwaiti Consulate General in Mumbai states on its website that Kuwaitis celebrated their first Independence Day on June 19, 1961.
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According to a statement on the website of the Kuwaiti Consulate General in Mumbai, people gathered in places such as parks, beaches and restaurants, or walked the streets or shopping malls in the town. People decorate their houses with colorful lamps and flags. Historic places such as “National Museum of Kuwait, Al Bahhar Entertainment Historic Village, House of Mirrors and Kuwait Towers” are dotted with lights.
In early December, Jaishankar congratulated Sheikh Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on his appointment as Kuwait’s foreign minister and said he looked forward to contributing to the further development of the two countries. relationship and work together.
Jaishankar wrote in a tweet: “Great to speak with FM Sheikh Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah from Kuwait. Congratulations on his appointment. Looking forward to working together to further develop this relationship.” (Ani)
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