The Joint Commission in Tehran is the first of its sort where deputy-FMs chair the meetings, which discuss the latest developments in the region.
SHAFAQNA- TEHRAN, Sep. 23– Iran and Kuwait joint political commission has stressed on fighting terrorism in the region.
Kuwait’s Deputy Foreign Minister Khalid Suleiman Al-Jarallah and his delegation emphasized on the country’s resolve to improve relations with northern neighbor in all aspects. Kuwaiti delegation also pointed to Iran’s ‘important and constructive role in the region,’ and called for more cooperation in fighting terrorism.
Al-Jarallah believed that exchange of information and cooperation between Iran and Kuwait was necessary in the dire situation in the region where real threats including ISIL (aka ISIS or IS) loom over the region.
The Iranian chair of the joint commission, Amir-Abdollahian, deputy-FM for Arab and African Affairs, announced his country’s willingness to expand ties with Kuwait to actually implement the signed deals and memoranda of understanding between the two countries.
Commenting on the ISIL terrorist group, Amir-Abdollahian said that the Islamic Republic of Iran had voiced in different many occasions threats of the group to its financiers and political backers. “We would not wait for the International Coalition decisions in fighting the terrorist group,” he told the meeting. He also congratulated the election of Kuwaiti Emir as the head of UN humanitarian aid initiative.
Al-Jarallah announced official invitation for President Rouhani for a visit to Kuwait and believed that the visit would be a turning point in bilateral relations.