The government of Kuwait has said it will organize an international conference to support Somalia’s education sector.
Speaking during a ministerial meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on Somalia, Assistant Foreign Minister for International Organizations Affairs Ambassador Nasser Al-Hayen expressed Kuwait’s support to Somalia in coordinating and intensifying efforts with brothers to maintain Somalia’s security and territorial integrity.
According to the National News Agency (KUNA), Kuwaiti Assistant Minister pointed out the progress made by the Somalian government in various sectors hence support that needs to maintain it.
He urged the international community to continue its efforts in helping the reconstruction and rebuilding of the Horn of the African state.
“Through its non-permanent membership at the UN Security Council, Kuwait has spared nor effort in urging the international community for further efforts to back brotherly Somalian people,” he said.
“This is based on the deep-rooted relations between Kuwait and Somalia, and the responsibility of Kuwait towards defending both Arab and Islamic issues,” Al-Hayen added.
The Kuwaiti diplomat stressed his country’s backing to the resolutions supporting Somalia’s security, safety and territorial integrity in all international forums.
He also commended Qatar’s efforts on supporting building the central state in Somalia to ensure security and stability, and improve the economic and development environment, and infrastructure.