- Responsible, independent research centers have an important role to play in strengthening popular communication bridges and positively influencing public policy.
- Al-Anjari: We clearly want the center to be an effective dialogue platform with the participation of the elite in the political, cultural, scientific and literary circles around the world.
EU Ambassador to Kuwait Dr. Christian Tudor hosted Abdulaziz Al-Anjari, Founder and CEO of the Resense Center for Research and Studies at his residence, where they discussed issues related to Kuwait and exchanged views on these relations. In addition to EU policies in the region between the European Union and Kuwait.
Ambassador Tudor noted that the European Union and Kuwait have excellent relations and stressed that the European Union considers Kuwait as a more important partner.
He said: “Our ambition is to have comprehensive and multidimensional collaboration, and the involvement of independent and serious research centers such as Reconciliation should not be overlooked because they have an important role to play in strengthening popular communication bridges and positively influencing public policy because of the specialized institutions they provide and It doubles the level of awareness of individuals, which, on both sides, we see as an indispensable companion to the official role.
In turn, al-Anjari praised the unique role played by the EU Ambassador as the first head of the European Union Mission in Kuwait, and the excellent bilateral relations that extend not only to official participation but also to political and economic ones. , Social and cultural spheres.
Al-Anjari said: Undoubtedly we want the center to be an effective dialogue platform with the participation of elites in the political, cultural, scientific and literary circles around the world, including the European Union. Listen to their thoughts, suggestions and opinions on the issues raised.
He said the Center seeks to serve as a conference hub and acquaintance in strengthening bilateral ties between the international community and Kuwait.
Prior to his appointment, Ambassador Tudor served as Ambassador of Romania to Qatar, Director of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Middle East and Africa, as well as Deputy Romanian Ambassador to Syria. After nearly 18 years of service in various government agencies of the European Union and Romanian, Ambassador Tudor specializes in Middle East and Gulf affairs.