Qatar, the UAE Hold First Talks in Kuwait After Al-Ula


Two official delegations from the State of Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) held their first meeting in the State of Kuwait today to set mechanisms and procedures for the future phase, after the Al-Ula Summit Declaration in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which was issued on January 5.

The Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported that the meeting discussed the necessary means and measures to enhance the joint work process of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and achieve the aspirations of their peoples in terms of security, stability, and development.


The two sides expressed appreciation to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for hosting the recent Gulf Summit, that resulted in the Al Ula Declaration.

The two sides thanked the State of Kuwait for hosting the first meeting between them, and expressed appreciation to HH Amir of the State of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, for the efforts of his country to heal the rift and its keenness to promote joint Gulf action.