Kuwait’s peacemaking role lauded
KUWAIT CITY, July 5: The Ambassador Plenipotentiary for the Cooperative Republic of Guyana to Kuwait Dr Shamir Ali described the relations between Guyana and Kuwait as excellent, strong and cordial through a long history of wonderful diplomatic relations.
In an exclusive interview to Al Anba, he highlighted that the high-level mutual visits reflect the depth of the bilateral relations, pointing to the existence of eight agreements that drive these relations between the two friendly countries.
The ambassador explained that Kuwait is one of the main players in the region and is internationally known as the “peacemaker”. It is a small nation with a big heart, and its role is appreciated and praised by the international community. On the humanitarian level, Kuwait plays a unique role in offering relief to all those in need and alleviating the pain of the afflicted and affected in the conflict areas. He indicated that Guyana is a country of unique investment opportunities and is waiting for Kuwaiti businessmen and investors.
The Guyana envoy affirmed that Kuwait was a pioneer in the fight against the COVID-19 with a set of distinguished measures that were appropriate at that time, adding that the efforts of the medical staff is worth being praised.
He revealed that his country recorded 209 confirmed cases of COVID-19 virus, including 78 active cases, 107 recovered cases and 12 deaths