Prince Mohammed bin Salman began his first official visit to the state of Kuwait, just seven days after his appointment as Crown Prince and Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense as Chairman of the Council for Economic Affairs and Development on April 29, 2015. Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Sabah , Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammed Al-Khalid Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah, Kuwaiti team corner Khalid Muhammad Khader, gathering statesmen in Kuwait.
The march of collaboration
Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Amir of Kuwait, Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, discussed bilateral relations between the two fraternal countries and worked to strengthen and develop them in order to serve their common interests. Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), and joint action by the Gulf, and then a series of important meetings with its Kuwaiti counterparts.
Kuwait has a top priority for Prince Mohammed bin Salman during his tenure as crown prince, which stems from his appreciation and pride in Kuwait, his leadership and his people, and at the same time expresses the importance of Kuwait for Saudi Arabia, with which it has long been associated . The Al-Saud and Al-Sabah families belong to the Onaiza tribe, as well as the religious and sectarian homogeneity between the two peoples belonging to the same tribal origin on the Arabian peninsula, as well as the geographical advantage that Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have for each other's strategic depth has made.
Relations between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are based on the ties of spiritual and religious unity, geographical unity, unity of historical experience, social unity and economic interests. This led to the establishment of strong bilateral relations between the two countries since the establishment of the first Saudi state in 1744 and the second Saudi state. King Abdulaziz left for Kuwait at the age of 12 before his father's presence, where he and his family received the pleasure of Sheikh Mohammed bin Sabah, and continued to live there and married her at the age of fifteen.
The crown prince's visit to Kuwait more than three years ago was an important chapter in distinguishing relations between the two countries for a long time. After the grandfather of King Abdul Aziz, who officially visited Kuwait three times in 1910, 1915 and 1936 to reflect the uniqueness of the unique model represented by the relationship between the two countries.
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