Dubai: Kuwait’s new Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmed Nawaf Al Ahmed Al Sabah pledged to preserve the country’s constitution, democracy and national gains, state news agency Kuna said on Monday.
“I promise to preserve our national gains, constitution, democracy and the state of institutions that we inherited from our grandfathers ,” Sheikh Ahmad said in a letter to Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmed Al Jaber Al Sabah.
Sheikh Ahmad expressed his loyalty, allegiance and faithfulness in serving Kuwait and its people.
“We will continue to save no effort and make all sacrifices necessary to achieve our people’s aspirations for progress, prosperity and comprehensive development in the country,” he added.
Sheikh Ahmed extended his sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Emir for his trust in appointing him to form the new government.
Sheikh Ahmed, the son of the Kuwaiti Emir, was named the country’s new Prime Minister upon an Emiri decree issued by the Crown Prince, Sheikh Meshal Al Ahmed Al Sabah on Sunday.
The appointment comes three months after former Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Al Khaled Hamad Al Sabah submitted his resignation, in the fourth such case in the past two years and a half.