In May of this year, Deputy Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait, Foreign Minister Muhammad Al-Sabah paid an official visit to Moscow. The 54-year-old politician is a member of the ruling family and is the nephew of the current Emir of the country. He held talks with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov and met with Prime Minister of the Chechen regional government Oles Baysultanov. Below we publish his interview given to Elena Suponina. - You have come to Moscow to prepare for the visit of the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, to Russia. When will this happen? And what contracts are being prepared for this visit? - We are just determining the dates of the visit. Perhaps His Highness will come to Russia before the end of the year. Such visits are made not for signing contracts, but for high-level political consultations and strengthening relations. Russia is a great country, and the Emir of Kuwait will also visit it as the current chairman of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Persian Gulf (GCC), as well as the chairman of the Arab Economic Summit, in other words, the representative of the entire Arab world in economic matters. Of course, bilateral cooperation will also be discussed. Kuwait has adopted an ambitious five-year economic program. It is expected to spend $ 150 billion on its implementation.! Based on an average of $ 30 billion annually. These are infrastructure development, construction of new cities, construction of bridges and overpasses. The experience of Russian specialists may well be applied here. A separate topic is our plans for the construction of power plants and the desalination of seawater using nuclear energy technologies. We would like to cooperate with Russia in this area, and I personally head the committee for the development of these technologies in Kuwait. - Does this mean that Kuwait is even ready to build nuclear power plants? "Yes, it is. - Surprisingly, a few years ago you yourself told me that Kuwai ... Read more

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