Bahrain and Kuwait have discussed security coordination between the two Gulf Arab countries, highlighting their commitment to strengthening joint security operations.
The discussion took place on Tuesday between Bahraini Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa and Kuwaiti Interior Ministry Undersecretary Anwar Al-Barjas, who was on a visit to Bahrain to attend the first meeting of the Joint Security Committee organized by the Interior Ministries. Xinhua News Agency reported that the two countries.
The report said the Bahraini minister appreciated the ongoing security cooperation and coordination between the two countries and their dedication to the exchange of expertise in all security operations to safeguard security and common security.
Kuwaiti guests about the initiatives and programs adopted by his ministry to reduce the crime rate in the country and promote community safety. Both sides also reviewed regional security developments to promote joint efforts to address security challenges.