Kuwaiti embassies in Netherlands, Indonesia, Cambodia, Morocco mark celebrations

Kuwait embassy in the Netherlands celebrated the 58th National Day and 28th Anniversary of Liberation Day

Kuwait’s embassies in the Netherlands, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Morocco marked Friday the 58th National Day and 28th Anniversary of Liberation Day, holding receptions attended by Arab and foreign diplomats as well as senior officials.

In The Hague, Kuwaiti Ambassador Abdulrahman Al-Otaibi extended his congratulations to His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Kuwaiti people and government. “Under His Highness the Amir’s instructions and guidance, our country will prosper more and more and have a good standing in the international community,” Al-Otaibi told KUNA.

He also expressed his happiness toward the guest turnout at the reception representing the Dutch government, international institutions such as the International Court of Justice and Organization for Prevention of Chemical Weapons, in addition to foreign diplomats, journalists, artists, and business representatives.

“We are also celebrating the establishment of the 55 years of relations between the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the state of Kuwait,” said the Kuwaiti diplomat. “Our relations are excellent. But our ambition is to push ahead for many more achievements and more progress in cultural and economic domain, as well as to boost people-to people contacts,” Al-Otaibi added.

In Jakarta, Kuwaiti Ambassador Abdulwahab Al-Saqer greeted his guests that included, notably, Indonesian Deputy Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Arcandra Tahar, in addition to state officials, Arab diplomats and nationals, and Kuwaiti nationals in the country. Al-Saqer expressed his joy toward marking the occasion, extending, in his name and on behalf of the embassy’s staff, utmost congratulations to His Highness the Amir, His Highness the Crown Prince, and the Kuwaiti people on the advent of national celebrations.

He also wished perpetual development and stability for both countries under their wise leadership, lauding their “distinctive” bilateral relationship in all fields. For his part, Tahar extended his congratulations to the Kuwaiti leadership, government, and people on the national celebrations, wishing further progress and prosperity for the Kuwaiti-Indonesian relationship and people.

In Phnom Penh, Head of Mission at the Kuwaiti Embassy Zaher Al-Khurainej lauded, while addressing guests of the embassy’s reception, the Kuwaiti-Cambodian relationship and Kuwait’s humanitarian efforts in Cambodia through its philanthropic societies, Awqaf ministry, and Zakat House. He also extended his congratulations to His Highness the Amir, His Highness the Crown Prince, Al-Sabah ruling family, and the Kuwaiti people on the national celebrations.

In Rabat, Kuwaiti Ambassador Abdullatif Al-Yahya expressed his utmost congratulations to His Highness the Amir, His Highness the Crown Prince, and the Kuwaiti people on the advent of the national festivities. The large Moroccan and Arab guest turnout at the embassy proves the distinguished place that Kuwait and its wise leadership enjoy on Arab, regional, and international levels, in addition to its multiple honorable stands in favor of members of the international community, including Morocco, said Al-Yahya.

The Kuwaiti-Moroccan relationship continues to prosper, the Kuwaiti diplomat affirmed, wishing the two countries and people further progress and prosperity under their wise leadership.