Munich security conf. opens





Kuwait's National Security Bureau Chief Sheikh Thamer Ali Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah is leading the country's high-level delegation to the Munich Security Conference

Munich security conf. opens

15/02/2019

BERLIN-- The 55th version of Munich Security Conference (MSC) kick-started on Friday, with a Kuwaiti high-level security delegation attending.

The conferees are discussing an array of security and military issues and subjects that are mainly pertinent to energy security, global business, cybersecurity and international conflicts, chiefly in Middle East.

Roughly 35 heads of state and government, 80 foreign and defense ministers, and some 600 security policy experts are in attendance at the Munich Security Conference (MSC) this year.

Conference chief Wolfgang Ischinger has called it the "largest and most important MSC" since its founding more than 50 years ago.

Kuwait's National Security Bureau Chief Sheikh Thamer Ali Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah is leading the country's high-level delegation to the Munich Security Conference.

Sheikh Thamer has already met a number of his counterparts on a host of issues of mutual interest on the sidelines of the event, which lasts until Sunday.




 














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