PM travels to Kuwait to extend condolences on Amir Sheikh Nawaf’s passing.


On Monday, caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar paid a visit to Kuwait to extend condolences regarding the demise of Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah. PM travels to Kuwait to extend condolences on Amir Sheikh Nawaf’s passing.

In addition, the prime minister of Pakistan proclaimed Monday, December 18, a day of mourning in solidarity with the Kuwaiti government, people, and royal family.

Amid his meeting with the newly appointed Amir, Sheikh Meshal Al Ahmad Al Sabah, the prime minister expressed profound condolences on behalf of the Pakistani people, the government, and the leadership.

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Prime Minister Kakar expressed his condolences on the demise of a visionary leader and lauded Sheikh Nawaf’s leadership prowess, which revolutionized Kuwait into a prosperous nation.

The eulogy emphasized the deceased Amir’s status as a friend and well-wisher of Pakistan, highlighting his substantial contributions to developing robust bilateral relations between the two countries.

Following this, Sheikh Meshal conveyed appreciation for the unity exhibited by Pakistan amidst the prevailing difficulties and pledged his endorsement for the ongoing enhancement of ties between Pakistan and Kuwait.

His unwavering endorsement of Pakistan-Kuwait relations and assurance of his dedication to fostering this partnership emphasized the amicable relationship between the two countries.