TOKYO, March 14 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe both agreed Wednesday on the importance of bolstering ties and coordination on matters of global significance.
This affirmation came during the two officials' meeting, which was held in the Japanese capital Tokyo.
Prime Minister Abe and Speaker Al-Ghanim, who is heading a parliamentary delegation on an official visit to Japan, also touched on efforts to boost relations within the economic, commercial, and investment domains.
The two officials also discussed vital Middle East issues such as the situation in Syria, Yemen, and Iraq.
The situation in the Korean Peninsula, counterterrorism efforts, and issues related to the energy sector were also focused upon during discussions.
Al-Ghanim, who arrived in Tokyo on Monday on a four-day visit, is accompanied by a delegation, which includes MPs Naif Al-Merdas, Osama Al-Shahin, Khaled Al-Shatti, Khaled Al-Otaibi, Majed Al-Mutairi, Mubarak Al-Harees, Mohammad Al-Dallal, Abdulwahab Al-Babtain and Nasser Al-Dosari. (end)