The Amir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, stressed on Monday that the regional situation necessitates vigilance and unity in order to preserve the achievements of the GCC.
"The bitter reality of the region, its dangerous dimensions and consequences, and the developments taking place in the region calls upon us to realise the current situations and circumstances, be cautious and ready to confront them in order to protect the safety and security of our dear country," the Kuwaiti Amir said in a speech carried by Kuwait's KUNA news agency.
He added: "This will not be achieved but through cohesion and adherence to our national unity, which we will never allow to prejudice. It is the protective wall after God for the homeland, that protects it from the woes that plague other countries."
"The need is to strengthen the internal front and stand up against anyone who tries to stir up strife, or tamper social coherence," he stressed.
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