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Gov''t will consider parliament recommendations on Syria - Al-Jarallah
04/03/2012   |   04:54 PM | Kuwait News
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Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Khaled Al-Jarallah
Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Khaled Al-Jarallah
KUWAIT, March 4 (KUNA) -- The Kuwaiti Government will consider recommendations tabled by the National Assembly regarding the situation in Syria, Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Khaled Al-Jarallah said Sunday.
"We appreciate the recommendations taken by the Assembly in its last session, as they will be reviewed by the Government," Al-Jarallah told reporters after attending a meeting of the Assembly's foreign affairs committee earlier today.
"We listened to MPs 'valuable' comments, as well as ideas on the issue... We would benefit from this discussion in our diplomatic action, either on regional or international levels," he said.
Al-Jarallah asserted that the discussions were "clear and frank", hoping for such meetings to continue "for Kuwait's best interests." As for whether there were any reservations on the side of the Government on the matter, he said "there was no notion tabled to be reserved over... Au contraire, everyone interacted with what has been said." On March 1, and before the Assembly's session to address the distressful situation in Syria, Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah said that Kuwait has shown its adherence to its regional and international obligations, always seeking peaceful resolutions to momentous problems threatening world peace.
On the GCC-Russia meeting, he said "it has been postponed and the Russian side was informed about it... GCC foreign ministers saw the meeting's timing 'inconvenient' due to their current appointments. A new date will be set after contacts." The second ministerial GCC-Russia meeting on strategic dialogue was due to take place in Moscow. The first was hosted by Abu Dhabi in November 2011. (end) kt.hb KUNA 041654 Mar 12NNNN
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