The meeting was a farewell call from the Indonesian Ambassador who will complete his term in Kuwait by the end of April 2021.
The Prime Minister expressed his appreciation for the performance and achievements of the Indonesian Ambassador to improve bilateral relations between the two countries within his 2 year assignment period.
"Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al Sabah also commend Indonesia's active role in international relations," said the Indonesian Embassy in Kuwait in a press release on Monday.
The Prime Minister underlined Indonesia's support for Kuwait's sovereignty during the 1990 invasion of Iraq, support for Kuwait's role and mediation in the 2017 Gulf crisis, as well as the cooperation between the two countries in the UN Security Council and the OIC.
There are still many opportunities for cooperation between the two countries that have not been explored as a topic of discussion, and given the close relationship between the two countries, Kuwait stated that it is very open to further enhancing cooperation.
Ambassador Tri Tharyat expressed his gratitude and highest appreciation for the support of the Kuwaiti government during the assignment.
Several bilateral advances have been made after the holding of the first Joint Commission Session, especially those related to people-to-people contact.
The Indonesian Ambassador also conveyed the results of his meeting with Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah regarding the 2nd Joint Commission Session in Indonesia which was delayed due to the covid-19 pandemic, and stated his commitment to realize the implementation in the second semester of this year.