KUWAIT: Ministry of Interior’s Undersecretary Lieutenant General Sulaiman Al-Fahad has stressed the importance of fruitful and constructive cooperation in enhancing all security fields. Fahad made his remarks in a press statement Monday following his meeting with the Ambassador of South Africa Mzolisa Bona, affirming Kuwait’s solid cooperation ties with South Africa.
The meeting discussed a number of subjects of joint interests, he said, expressing his aspiration to increase cooperation and coordination between the two countries, particularly in advanced technology, a field in which South Africa has significant expertise.
Meanwhile, Bona affirmed his country’s aspiration toward a fruitful coordination with Kuwait in technology, especially in light of the integrated development and diversity in a number of reputable security institutions. He also expressed his gratitude and appreciation to Kuwait for the care and generosity it provides to his fellow countrymen.
Later, Fahad discussed with the Ambassador of Italy Giuseppe Scognamiglio a number of security subjects related to benefiting from criminal, laboratory, and crime scene sciences. The two sides also discussed scientific and specialist trainings, coastguard science, and ways to benefit from advanced equipment in the security field. Moreover, Fahad expressed his aspiration toward further technical collaboration between the two countries.
In other news, Fahad received Dr Mohammad Al-Ghailani, Head of the GCC permanent mission to the United Nations in Vienna, and Dr Adnan Al-Tamimi, Head of the GCC Center for the Management of Emergencies. Director General of the Interior Ministry’s Relations and Security Information Deartment Brigadier Adel Ahmad Al-Hashash, and Director of Drug Control General Department Colonel Waleed Al-Duraie attended the meeting.
|This article was published on 10/01/2017|