Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of State of Cabinet Affairs of Kuwait Dr Ahmed Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah on Thursday met with Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar at the Hyderabad House.
As per a tweet by the External Affairs Minister, the two leaders had "productive discussions" on bilateral agenda and regional developments. Jaishankar also said that he would co-chair Joint Commission with his Kuwait counterpart to elevate the ties between the two countries further.
"Glad to welcome this morning, along with @MOS_MEA (Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan, FM (foreign minister) @anmas71 (Dr. Ahmed Nasser Mohammed AlSabah) of Kuwait. Productive discussions on our bilateral agenda & regional developments. Will co-chair Joint Commission with him to elevate our relationship further," the External Affairs Minister wrote in a tweet.
He added that he also "Conveyed appreciation for taking care of the Indian community in Kuwait."
On March 2, Jaishankar and Al-Sabah had discussed bilateral cooperation and the regional situation between the two countries.
India recently dispatched a consignment of Indian-made COVID-19 vaccines to assist Kuwait in its fight against the coronavirus. "Made in India vaccines now reach Kuwait. Valuing our close friendship and strong ties," Jaishankar had tweeted at that time.
( With inputs from ANI )
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