Kuwait’s Crown Prince Nawaf as new chief to be questioned on September 30 at 10:49 p.m.
Following the death of Chief Sabah in Kuwait in the Middle East, 83-year-old Crown Prince Nawaf as crowned the new chief. As the conflict between neighboring Saudi Arabia and Iran deepens, diplomatic skills will be questioned to see if they can show their presence toward stability in the Gulf region.
Chief Sabah, who ruled the country in Kuwait for 15 years, died at the age of 91 in the United States where he was staying.
On the 30th, Crown Prince Nawaf, the younger brother of Chief Sabah and 83-year-old Crown Prince Nawaf, sworn in to the parliament and asthened the new chief.
Nawaf said: “Kuwait is in a serious situation and faces tough challenges. We have no choice but to work together and overcome them,” he said, showing his willingness to do everything in his power to rebuild as the domestic economy is exhausted by the effects of low crude oil prices and the new coronavirus.
After the Gulf War, which lasted until 1991, Nawaf made every effort to rebuild Kuwait as a cabinet minister in charge of social issues and labor, and has served as crown prince since 2006 after becoming the first deputy prime minister and interior minister.
As the deceased former chief of Sabaha has worked hard to stabilize the Gulf region as a diplomatic mediate, the question is whether he will be able to demonstrate his presence as the conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran, which faces the Persian Gulf, deepens.