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Saudi Arabia, Kuwait after negotiations with Iran over joint gas field
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait affirmed their right to exploit the natural resources in their joint natural gas field.
Maritime travel between Iran's Khorramshahr, Kuwait resumed
A maritime official of the city of Khorramshahr in the southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan said that maritime travel between the port city and Kuwait has been resumed with two travels per week.
Saudi/Kuwait infringement on Iran’s energy rights and UK’s role
The recent decision by Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to develop the Durra offshore gas field which Iran calls Arash has revived a longstanding dispute on how to share the resources of the reservoir in the Persian Gulf.
Iran: Saudi-Kuwaiti deal to develop Arash gas field in Persian Gulf 'illegal'
Iran said it reserves the right for drilling in Arash gas field in the Persian Gulf, warning that an agreement between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to produce gas at the shared field is illegal.
Kuwait swears in fourth gov’t in two years
A new Kuwaiti government was sworn in on Wednesday, the oil-rich Persian Gulf emirate's fourth in two years, after the last one resigned in November amid political deadlock.
Kuwait prohibits entry of vessels carrying goods to, from Israel
Kuwait has banned the entry of commercial vessels carrying goods to and from the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories, days after the Persian Gulf kingdom reiterated its support for Palestine and condemned a controversial visit by the Israeli president to the Ibrahimi Mosque in Al-Khalil.
Kuwait’s emir launches process for amnesty to pardon dissidents
Kuwait’s emir on Wednesday paved the way for an amnesty to pardon dissidents, which has been a major condition of opposition lawmakers to end a months-long standoff with the appointed government that has held up planned fiscal reforms.
OPEC+ could reconsider output increase, says Kuwaiti oil minister
Kuwait’s oil minister said on Sunday that the 400,000 barrel per day increase in oil output agreed by OPEC+ nations in previous gatherings might be reconsidered at its next meeting on Sept. 1.
Iran resumes sea trips between southwestern port and Kuwait
A senior official at Khorramshahr Ports and Shipping Organization in the southwestern Province of Khuzestan said on Saturday that passenger's vessels resumed their trips between Khorramshahr and Kuwait Port.
Kuwait parliament bans normalization of ties with Israel
Kuwait’s National Assembly strongly condemned the latest Israeli military’s acts of aggression against Palestinians across the occupied West Bank and East Al-Quds besides its bloody military onslaught on the besieged Gaza Strip, and unanimously approved legislations that outlaw any deals or normalization of ties with the Tel Aviv regime.
Kuwait swears in new government amid dispute over reforms
Kuwait’s new cabinet was sworn in Wednesday, state-run media reported, weeks after the government quit amid a deepening deadlock with Parliament that has blocked badly needed reforms in the tiny oil-rich Persian Gulf Arab state.
Kuwait opposition makes strong gains in parliamentary elections
Kuwait's opposition took nearly half of parliament's seats in weekend polls amid calls for reforms over corruption and high debt.
Zarif: Iran welcomes Kuwait statement on resolving Persian Gulf row
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tehran welcomes a statement by mediator Kuwait in resolving a persisting diplomatic row in the Persian Gulf, expressing hope that the reconciliation will contribute to the stability as well as the political and economic development of the regional nations.
Oil-rich Kuwait faces reckoning as debt crisis looms
When Kuwait emerged from a months-long coronavirus lockdown, hundreds of Kuwaitis flocked to reopened stores, the lines clogging malls, snaking through hallways and spilling onto sidewalks.

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