Kuwait will continue to support Cyprus solution based on UN resolutions, Ambassador says

President of the House of Representatives Annita Demetriou received on Wednesday Ambassador of the State of Kuwait to Cyprus Waleed Ahmad Al-Kandari, who stressed that his country will continue to support the efforts to resolve the Cyprus problem, based on the relevant UN resolutions.

The Ambassador also said that for Kuwait the invasion of one state against the territory of another constitutes a red line.

According to a press release by the House of Representatives, Demetriou thanked the Ambassador for his important contribution to further deepening the Cyprus-Kuwait relations, his good cooperation with the House of Representatives and the promotion of the dialogue and parliamentary exchanges between the two countries. She said that Cyprus and Kuwait enjoy friendly ties, not only at the level of states, but also of peoples.

The meeting took place on the occasion of the completion of the Ambassador’s term in Cyprus.

Demetriou also expressed her appreciation for the position of the principles and the firm support of Kuwait regarding the Cyprus problem.

The Ambassador said that the two countries had suffered invasion and remain committed to the principles of international law.

He stressed that his country will continue to support the efforts to resolve the Cyprus problem, based on the relevant UN resolutions, emphasizing that for Kuwait the invasion of one state on the territory of another is a red line.

Kandari noted that significant steps had been taken as regards the relations between the two countries, including inter-parliamentary exchanges at various levels, noting that there is room for further development.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

Kuwait will continue to support Cyprus solution based on UN resolutions, Ambassador says

President of the House of Representatives Annita Demetriou received on Wednesday Ambassador of the State of Kuwait to Cyprus Waleed Ahmad Al-Kandari, who stressed that his country will continue to support the efforts to resolve the Cyprus problem, based on the relevant UN resolutions.

The Ambassador also said that for Kuwait the invasion of one state against the territory of another constitutes a red line.

According to a press release by the House of Representatives, Demetriou thanked the Ambassador for his important contribution to further deepening the Cyprus-Kuwait relations, his good cooperation with the House of Representatives and the promotion of the dialogue and parliamentary exchanges between the two countries. She said that Cyprus and Kuwait enjoy friendly ties, not only at the level of states, but also of peoples.

The meeting took place on the occasion of the completion of the Ambassador’s term in Cyprus.

Demetriou also expressed her appreciation for the position of the principles and the firm support of Kuwait regarding the Cyprus problem.

The Ambassador said that the two countries had suffered invasion and remain committed to the principles of international law.

He stressed that his country will continue to support the efforts to resolve the Cyprus problem, based on the relevant UN resolutions, emphasizing that for Kuwait the invasion of one state on the territory of another is a red line.

Kandari noted that significant steps had been taken as regards the relations between the two countries, including inter-parliamentary exchanges at various levels, noting that there is room for further development.

Source: Cyprus News Agency