Kuwait ambassador to US partakes in festival on 30th liberation anniversary

Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) , Fri, Oct 29, 2021

WASHINGTON, Oct 29 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's Ambassador to the United States Sheikh Salem Al-Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah Friday took part in a festival held at the Bush School of Government and Public Service College in Texas State commemorating the 30th anniversary of the war of liberating Kuwait.

The celebration featured some senior officials of administration of former president George H. W. Bush that included former Vice President Dan Quayle and Secretary of State James A. Baker.

During the festival, the ambassador stressed Kuwait's appreciation for the US efforts made to liberate the country 30 years ago, affirming that Kuwait will never forget the American stance during the war.

He also lauded two events within the framework of the US-Kuwaiti ties; the liberation of Kuwait and the growing strategic relations between the two sides.

Meanwhile, Quayle and Baker said that the then US president took the right decision to liberate Kuwait 30 years ago. They expressed their satisfaction about the relations level between the two countries. (end)