Somali Foreign Minister, Ahmed Issa Awad on Sunday held talks with his Kuwait counterpart, Sheikh Sabah Khalid Al-Hamad on the sideline of Arab Economic Forum.
Minister Awad and his Somali delegation on Saturday arrived in Beirut to attend the Arab Economic and Social Development Summit.
The two leaders have discussed on the several issues including the relations between the two countries, trade and security.
According to a statement posted on KUNA, the ministers agreed to collaborate on enhancing the relations between the countries.
Meanwhile, Somalia has participated the Forum which focused on several issues including Arab food security, the development of an Arab Free Trade Zone, the completion of the requirements to establish the Arab Customs Union, the Arab strategy on Sustainable Development 2030 and launching the work to establish the joint Arab electricity market.
Others are the strategic vision to promote and activate joint Arab work between the tourism and culture sectors in Arab states, managing solid waste in the Arab world and developing policies that deal with Arab women’s affairs and promotion of their capacities.