|Date: 28/04/2012 Time: 06:04:00 PM
Leader of Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar
Al-Hakim hailed Saturday the remarkable development of Iraqi-Kuwaiti ties,
urging strategic partnership among Iraq and Gulf nations to defend shared
"Iraq and Kuwait share history, geography and even interests," Al-Hakim
said during his reception of a visiting Kuwaiti media delegation.
"Both nations are responsible for strengthening these relations and taking
it to new heights," he added.
The Iraqi politician urged Kuwaiti people and leadership not to stop at the
strange anti-Kuwait statements made by a handful of Iraqi politicians.
He underlined the importance of countering any attempts and schemes to
jeopardize Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations.
Al-Hakim noted the sectarian tension in the Gulf region is totally based on
He also for a real strategic partnership between Arab countries based on
shared political, security and economic concerns.
For his part, Kuwaiti Ambassador in Iraq Ali Al-Moamen applauded the great
role played by Al-Hakim and his party in bolstering Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations
and solving any dispute that challenges them.
Kuwaiti MP Hassan Johar stressed the importance of dialogue among countries
in the region, particularly the major ones, namely Iraq and Saudi Arabia to
ease tension and bridge gaps.
The Kuwaiti delegation to Iraq includes MPs, media people, academicians and