Kuwait’s Finance Minister Anas Al-Saleh said Saturday Kuwait was keen on implementing resolutions of regular Arab summits, as well as economic summits to improve welfare of Arab citizens.
Al-Saleh, also Deputy Premier, made the remarks to KUNA after his arrival in Jordan to chair Kuwait’s delegation to the Arab Economic and Social Council’s Ministerial meeting, due in the Dead Sea tomorrow Sunday.
He hoped the meeting would further boost common Arab economic and social action. The Arab Finance and Economy Ministers will be preparing draft resolutions and draft final communique of the Arab Summit, due on March 29.
The Arab League Secretary General’s report over implementation of the last Arab summit’s resolution, reports by the economic and social sector of the League’s secretariat, the Arab free trade zone and the water development strategy for 2017-37 will be discussed by the ministers.
They will also discuss knowledge-based economy, Sudanese President’s initiative for agriculture investment in Sudan to help address food security, in addition to social development, terrorism, scientific research and Arab women development.