Kuwait’s State Minister to Visit Mauritius, Namibia for Talks on Bilateral Issues
Kuwait’s State Minister for External Affairs Sheikh Mohammed Sabah Al Sabah on Saturday embarked on a trip to Mauritius and Namibia as part of efforts to enhance Kuwaiti relations with the two republics, reported the official Kuwaiti news agency, KUNA.
During his five-day trip, the minister is due to hold official talks with foreign ministers in both countries on means to bolster bilateral relations and activate cooperation.
Sheikh Mohammed will then head to Durban in South Africa to lead Kuwait's delegation to the world's anti-racism conference, which is scheduled for August 31-September 7.
Around 12,000 participants from United Nations member countries and non-governmental organizations are expected to take part in the conference’s deliberations – Albawaba.com
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