Kuwait’s Minister of Finance Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf on Friday reviewed in a closed-door discussion at the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington the vision of the new Kuwait 2035 and the executive plan accompanying the vision.
This came in a press statement issued by the Ministry of Finance received by Kuwait NewsAgency (KUNA) during the annual spring meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund held in the US capital between April 8 and 14.
The meeting was held in the presence of a number of former ambassadors of the United States in the Arab region, academics and researchers in regional affairs, the statement said.It explained that the Institute’s President, Ambassador Marcel Wahba, opened the dialogue session and welcomed Minister Al-Hajraf as the main speaker of the session.
The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington is an independent, non-profit institution dedicated to providing specialized research and analysis on the social, economic and political dimensions of the Gulf Arab states and their impact on domestic and foreign policies.
The Institute focuses on issues ranging from politics and security to economy, trade and business on the one hand, and from social dynamics to civil society and culture on the other.
Through programs, publications and scientific exchanges, the Institute seeks to promote constructive debate and inform the political community in the United States about this sensitive geostrategic region.