Kuwait's Ambassador Najeeb Al-Bader with Australia's Attorney-General Senator George Brandis
Leader of the Government in the Australian Senate receives a message from Kuwaiti Justice Minister Faleh Al-Azab
(Translation of the news appears in Arabic section)
Canberra: Kuwait's Ambassador to Australia Nageeb Al-Bader handed a letter from Kuwaiti Minister of Justice and Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs Dr. Faleh Al-Azab to Australian Federal Attorney-General and Leader of the Government in the Senate, Senator George Brandis.
Yesterday, Ambassador Al-Bader said in a statement that the message conveyed the Kuwaiti gratitude towards the initial and courageous attitude of the Australian Attorney-General in face of the controversial and anti-muslim statements of Senator Pauline Hanson, and for his role in denouncing ideas calling for extremism, hatred, intolerance and contempt for religions.
Ambassador Al-Bader explained that during the meeting he conveyed the keenness and interest of Kuwaiti justice Minister to strengthen and consolidate the legal and judicial cooperation frameworks between Kuwait and Australia, in light of the distinguished relations between the two countries in all fields.
For his part, the Australian Attorney-General welcomed the activation of the legal, judicial and security cooperation frameworks frameworks between Kuwait and Australia stressing the importance of combining and unifying the international efforts to fight the scourge of terrorism.
Earlier, Ambassador Al-Bader handed a letter from Kuwaiti Minister of Justice and Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs Dr. Faleh Al-Azab to Australian Federal Justice Minister Michael Keenan related to the promotion of judicial cooperation.
(Translated by M E Times)