Kuwait praises Qatar’s role in Afghan peace talks
September 27 2020 12:55 AM
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Kuwait expressed on Friday its satisfaction regarding the outcome of the Afghan peace talks held in Doha recently, praising Qatar’s efforts in this regard.
Kuwait also expressed its appreciation for the sense of responsibility the participating Afghan parties had for establishing security and peace.
This came during the speech of the representative of the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled al-Hamad al-Sabah at the 75th session of the UN General Assembly.
He said that the Palestinian issue still has a central, historical and pivotal position in the Arab and Islamic worlds, affirming Kuwait’s firm and steadfast stance in supporting the choices of the Palestinian people to obtain their legitimate rights.
He also stressed the importance of resuming negotiations with a specific timetable to reach a just and comprehensive peace in accordance with the references of the peaceful process, international legitimacy decisions and the Arab peace initiative, to end the Israeli occupation and an independent Palestinian State with East Jerusalem as its capital, with the borders before June 4, 1967.
On Yemen, he said that the continuation of the Yemen crisis, which poses a dangerous threat to regional stability and security, is a clear signal to deal with the relevant resolutions and outcomes of the UN Security Council, stressing the importance of implementing the Stockholm Agreement.
As for the Libyan crisis, KUNA reported that Kuwait has renewed its call for all Libyan parties to exercise self-restraint and to prioritise peaceful solution based on dialogue while rejecting violence and welcomed the positive results achieved during the talks to draw a roadmap, so as to unify the State’s sovereign institutions in line with the UN Security Council resolutions, mainly 2501, and the outcomes of the international and regional conferences.



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