Delegation of the European Union to Kuwait


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Inaugurated on 14 July 2019, by EU High Representative Vice-President Federica Mogherini, together with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Khalid Al Hamad Al Sabah, the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to the State of Kuwait marks a significant milestone in the longstanding relationship between the EU and Kuwait. It is the third EU delegation to be established in the Gulf, following those in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and the 142nd EU Delegation in the world.

"In a moment of regional and global tensions, Kuwait is a voice of wisdom and a force for peace. And this is what has made us natural partners in these difficult times." Those were the words of High Representative/Vice-President, Federica Mogherini at the opening of the Delegation of the EU to the State of Kuwait on 14 July 2019.

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