Kuwait ambassador to take up Baghdad post in February

January 27, 2012

Kuwait’s ambassador to Iraq said that he would move to Baghdad in early February.

“The embassy building has now been completed and the offices are ready,” Ali Al Moemen said. “I will leave with the team of four diplomats to Baghdad early next month to resume our work officially in the new premises,” he said, quoted by Arabic daily Al Watan.

The embassy building is in a secure location, away from the areas where bomb explosions usually occur, the ambassador said.

“We are looking forward to enhancing bilateral relations and the convergence of our points of view for the interests of both countries,” the diplomat told the daily.

Kuwait in July 2008 named Al Moemen ambassador to Iraq after an 18-year hiatus that followed the Iraqi invasion of the northernmost Gulf Cooperation Council country by the regime of former leader Saddam Hussain.





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Born August 3, 1960 in Monastir, Tunisia
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  • Bahrain Tribune
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  • Bahrain Television News
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