Amir al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah Sabah of Kuwait

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Like Shaikh Saad, Shaikh Sabah is not an oilman and in his involvement in the petroleum sector he is advised by good experts on the SPC and former KPC executives, like former KOC chairman and CEO Khalid Al Fulaij who since April 1999 has been his personal adviser.
Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah is credited for his involvement in the creation of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the creation of the Future Generations Funds, and assistance in the unification of North and South Yemen.
Emerging from the meeting, Sabah said that the meeting with the president was a good chance to exchange views on the Middle East as well as bilateral relations between the two countries.
On whether there is something new about the offices of king Abdullah II of Jordan as regards the Kuwait- Iraq State of Affairs, Sheikh Sabah said so far there is nothing new, expressing readiness to respond with king Abdullah.
The fact that the ruling Al Sabah had done nothing to address the fact that the Crown Prince when this year began, Sheikh Sad al-Abdullah Al Sabah, was seriously ailing and, apparently, unable to rule, created a crisis dealt with somewhat awkwardly in January (See The Estimate, January 23, 2006.
Presumably his years of serving as Minister of State for Foreign Affairs when Sheikh Sabah was Foreign Minister is responsible for his appointment by the Amir to the Prime Ministry.
On the other hand, Kuwaiti Amir Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah said his country was aiming to improve investments in economy and trade.
by parliament (AFP Photo/Yasser Al-Zayyat.
office as prime minister and representing it.