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‘Balanced dialogue, effective policies’
MUNICH, Feb 19: To resolve disputes and crises worldwide, countries must seek balanced dialogue and effective polices to proliferate peace and end violence, said Kuwait Foreign Minister Sheikh Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on Sunday. Speaking at a discussion panel, held within the 59th Munich Security Conference (MSC-2023), Sheikh Salem indicated that the Middle East region witnessed some worrisome developments especially those connected with Israel’s ongoing violence against Palestinians and their holy places in Jerusalem.
Finding solutions to issues like the Palestinian cause and the war in the Ukraine required coordination amongst global players to find suitable and viable solutions, he added. The Kuwaiti Foreign Minister had held several meetings with fellow participating officials, discussing a wide-range of regional and international issues as well as mean to bolster ties. The MSC-2023 is held between February 17-19.
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammad Al-Sudani on Saturday on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference where he reaffirmed the US support for “a stable, secure and sovereign Iraq.” He renewed the US commitment to cooperation under the US-Iraq Strategic Framework Agreement, State Department Spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement. Blinken also expressed “readiness to support the Prime Minister’s efforts to stabilize and grow Iraq’s economy.” (KUNA)