ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s naval chief Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi arrived in Kuwait on an official visit Tuesday, the Pakistani embassy in Kuwait confirmed.
The two countries have strong diplomatic ties and agreed to further upgrade their bilateral relations in all sectors earlier this year.
According to Pakistan’s diplomatic mission in Kuwait, the country’s naval chief will “hold talks on mutual cooperation with Kuwaiti Mil [military] Officials” during his visit.
Admiral M.Amjad Khan Niazi, CNS Pak Navy upon his arrival at Kuwait airport. Received by Cdr Kuwait Naval Force, Amb @SajjadDiplomat & Brig Asim. CNS Will hold talks on mutual cooperation with Kuwaiti Mil Officials.@ForeignOfficePk @PakistanNavy @OfficialDGISPR @FMPublicDiploPK pic.twitter.com/EkRi46AOsT
— Pakistan Embassy Kuwait (@PakinKuwait) November 9, 2021
Kuwait’s foreign minister Dr. Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah visited Islamabad in March and expressed his country’s resolve to further expand cooperation with Pakistan in diverse fields.
“The two sides agreed to enhance collaboration in all areas of mutual interest and work closely at regional and international fora,” Pakistan’s foreign ministry said after the meetings of the Kuwaiti foreign minister with officials in Islamabad.