Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar Concludes Successful Kuwait Visit, Heads to UAE for UN Climate Conference Participation

Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar of Pakistan wrapped up his two-day official visit to Kuwait, where he engaged in diplomatic discussions and signed several bilateral agreements, particularly in the areas of food security, agriculture, power generation, and mineral resources. Following this productive visit, he is now en route to Dubai to attend the 28th Conference of Parties (COP 28) organized by the United Nations.

During his stay in Kuwait, Prime Minister Kakar held separate meetings with Kuwait’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah and Crown Prince Sheikh Mishal. The leaders of both countries signed seven investment agreements and three memoranda of understanding amounting to billions of dollars, focusing on sectors such as food security, agriculture, power generation, and sustainable mining.

Notable among the agreements is the establishment of a joint fund for exploration in the field of mining, showcasing the commitment of both nations to mutual economic prosperity. The leaders expressed their determination to strengthen fraternal relations, recognizing the potential for robust economic collaboration between Kuwait and Pakistan.

Prime Minister Kakar, accompanied by Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Syed Asim Munir, participated in meetings that aimed to fortify economic cooperation and enhance trade ties. The signing of these agreements reflects a shared vision for comprehensive collaboration in various sectors, laying the groundwork for sustained economic growth and development.

The strategic agreements encompass initiatives such as the provision of funds for exploration in technology zones development, safeguarding mangroves, and substantial investments in cultural, artistic, and environmental domains. The diverse range of collaborations underscores the commitment of both nations to fostering economic resilience, technological advancement, and environmental sustainability.

As Prime Minister Kakar proceeds to the United Arab Emirates for the UN Climate Conference, the outcomes of his diplomatic endeavors in Kuwait are poised to contribute significantly to Pakistan’s economic diversification and international partnerships. The multi-faceted agreements signal a positive trajectory in the bilateral relationship, fostering a foundation for future cooperation and mutual benefit between Kuwait and Pakistan.