AMMAN, Nov 23rd 2009 (KUNA) – Jordanian health minister Dr. Nayef Al-Fayez has confirmed his country’s keenness to boost ties with Kuwait in medical fields.
Al-Fayez said in a press statement, during a meeting with a Kuwaiti medical delegation, that Jordanian-Kuwaiti relations were distinctive in all fields due to the deep foundations laid by King of Jordan Abdullah II and H.H. Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.
Al-Fayez said that his country was keen to boost the recuperative tourism that attracts those who seek treatment in the Jordanian health institutions in both the public and private sectors, and expressed his hope to further increase this cooperation in this field with Kuwait.
He added that the two countries exerted efforts to strengthen their medical ties and exchange experience in all health fields in a bid to serve the development of the health sector in both countries and help offer the best health services for the two brotherly peoples.
The jordanian minister expressed also his country preparedness to receive more Kuwaiti doctors to join the residence programs that enable them to have the Jordanian Board certificate which enjoys a world appreciation.