His Highness Amir chairs the ministerial council extraordinary session
Kuwait Amir heads cabinet session at Dar Salwa
His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah headed on Monday the ministerial council extraordinary session at Dar Salwa, and the following was his speech at the meeting: "I can only at the beginning of this meeting express my sincere thanks and appreciations to my brother the Prime Minister, and all ministers, for their kind suggestion, out of concerns, that I should leave the country due to the coronavirus outbreak," His Highness the Amir said.
His Highness the Amir added "I appreciate all this, and this makes me feel only more loyal to you all, as your older brother, but thank Allah Almighty we now that we are all together, I can only thank my brother, the Prime Minister, the ministers for their efforts." They said Kuwait is first country that preceded others in the face of this dangerous disease, namely the novel coronavirus, His Highness the Amir noted, adding the second thing I would like to say is a big thank you to my brother Marzouq Al-Ghanim, the Speaker of the National Assembly and the Prime Minister, for their cooperation and building a bridge between the two branches so that all members of parliament become aware of all measures and facts, and the reality on the ground during this crisis.
His Highness the Amir added thank Allah Almighty this idea succeeded, due to their cooperation and mutual support between the two branches, which reached the result that you are seeing now.
Kuwait's Amir said "I hope that this cooperation to continue until the end of this crisis." I am also pleased to thank each one of you, ministers' females and males, sitting with their colleagues, for a great job and effort during this time, His Highness the Amir added.
To Minister of Health, with all of his orders, which comes in the interest of citizens' health and security, I thank him for his exerted efforts, His Highness the Amir said, adding that "not one negative comment came during his work, which is testament of acceptance by the Kuwaiti people to his work during this crisis.