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Kuwait's Amir thanks Queen, wraps up state visit

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KUWAIT: In recognition of the great hospitality and the warm welcome Queen Elizabeth II and the British government accorded HH the Kuwait's Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah in his official visit to the United Kingdom, he sent a number of cables of thanks yesterday to British officials. Firstly, the Amir sent a cable of thanks to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in which he expressed his delight at his visit to her country with which Kuwait has enjoyed firm historical ties, wishing her and her nation continued progress and advancement.

The Amir also sent a cable of thanks to British Prime Minister David Cameron, noting the warm welcome he and the official delegation with him received from the premier and members of the British government. Sheikh Sabah made mention of the fruitful results of his visit to Britain, which he said would contribute to boost bilateral relations. A similar cable of thanks echoing similar sentiments was also sent by HH the Amir to John Bercow, Speaker of the British House of Commons.

Sheikh Sabah earlier departed London’s Heathrow Airport after the official five-day state visit to the United Kingdom yesterday. Accompanying the Amir upon his departure was on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II, Lord William Peel, the Third Earl Peel, official representative of the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Bill Henderson, the Kuwaiti Ambassador to the United Kingdom Khaled Al-Duwaisan, heads of Kuwaiti interests operating in the UK and embassy staff.


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