Romanowski lauds contribution to peace
KUWAIT CITY, June 23: The American Ambassador to Kuwait Alina Romanowski affirmed that finding a lasting solution to the Gulf conflict is key to establishing regional stability and security.
In a special interview with the daily, she assured that her country will continue to support Kuwait’s efforts to find a permanent solution to the Gulf crisis at the earliest, and will work to urge all parties concerned to engage in serious talks to end the conflict.
Ambassador Romanowski praised the efforts of Kuwait led by His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al- Sabah, describing them as deliberate and continuous to achieve unity in the Gulf ranks. She highlighted her country’s appreciation for the strong contributions of Kuwait and its diplomatic efforts in the field of conflict resolution and peace , adding that she is looking forward for the two friendly countries to continue working together within the framework of their strong partnership in this field.
Ambassador Romanowski said Kuwait has a long history of tolerance and religious acceptance, indicating that her country is committed to promoting religious freedoms around the world. She congratulated Kuwait for its recognition of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, calling on the government to take similar steps towards other religious sects that wish to obtain registration here.
The ambassador revealed that the new sanctions on Syria under Caesar’s law are not intended to harm the Syrian people, but to hold the Assad regime accountable for its violence that has killed hundreds of thousands of civilians. She affirmed that her country will continue its campaign within the coming weeks and months to target individuals and companies that support the Assad regime and hinder peaceful political solutions to the confl ict in Syria