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Turkish Foreign Minister in Kuwait on Thursday
October 22, 2013, 5:24 pm
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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will visit here Thursday to head his country's delegation to the meeting of the Joint Kuwaiti-Turkish Committee which deals with enhancing bilateral ties, a Kuwaiti official said today.

The meeting of the two nations' foreign ministers will take place Thursday but will be preceded on Wednesday by a preliminary meeting that will bring together government and private sector officials from both countries to thrash out a gamut of mutual issues of concern, the Undersecretary of the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry said today, in remarks to the press.

He further said the meeting of the joint committee here in Kuwait was indicative of the growing robust relationship between the two countries, adding that the Turkish foreign minister's visit at this juncture, when the region is teeming with momentous events, will afford Kuwaiti officials the opportunity to discuss the magnitude of these events with an important country of the region, namely Turkey.
He added that both sides will likely focus in their talks on the crisis in Syria and the upcoming Geneva II conference.

The undersecretary also noted that both sides will discuss the second donor countries conference for Syria to be hosted by Kuwait at start of next year.

Heading the Kuwaiti delgation to the joint committee meeting will be Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah

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