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‘An engineer of a bright diplomatic record’
LONDON, June 19: A number of British politicians and MPs have expressed deep appreciation toward the noticeable role played by the outgoing State of Kuwait Ambassador to the United Kingdom Khaled Al-Duwaisan in bolstering further the special relations between the two friendly countries, Kuwait and the UK. The renowned personalities manifested their admiration of the ambassador’s role at this level at a reception marking end of his tenure, held in London.
It was attended by Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, Nigel Evans, a large number of legislators and eminent political personalities as well as heads of diplomatic missions in the UK. Evans, in a statement to KUNA, described the outgoing Kuwaiti envoy, who doubled as the dead of the diplomatic corps in the UK and North Ireland, as a legendary character, an engineer of a bright diplomatic record.
The leading British MP said he was elected as member of the House of Commons in 1992, simultaneously with the assignment of Al-Duwaisan as the State of Kuwait Ambassador in London. Since then, Evans said he had seen him quite active at various levels, drawing great respect from all diplomatic quarters. Al-Duwaisan had keenly defended his country’s interests and succeeded in knitting a web of solid relations with decision makers, parliamentarians and cultural figures, Evans said, noting that his multiple ties enabled him to have insight about various issues concerning the Middle East and relayed the State of Kuwait voice to the British political quarters. Kuwait and Britain had been ties with solid relations and cooperation in various realms, but ambassador Al-Duwaisan added a humanitarian aspect to this relationship due to his sincerity and respect for others., (KUNA)