Saturday, January 12, 2008

Bush Dumps King! Makes Out With Emir



You know what they say, 'in with the new, out with the old.'








Bush visits Gulf with peace plan

The emir of Kuwait said he was "delighted" to see Mr Bush
US President George W Bush has arrived in Kuwait as part of a tour of Gulf states that is likely to focus on Mid-East peace and containing Iran.
After rounding off his first trip as president to Israel and the West Bank, he arrived in Kuwait City for talks with the Emir, Sheikh Sabah.

He will also address some of the 15,000 US soldiers based in Kuwait, and meet the commander of the US forces in Iraq.

He will continue to Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

His aim is to encourage them to back Mahmoud Abbas as the Palestinian president negotiates with the Israelis.

This is phase two of what many regard as Mission Impossible, the BBC's Matthew Price reports from Kuwait City.

There's a good chance for peace and I want to help you

George W Bush


Call for Palestinian freedom
Middle East tour diary

Mr Bush hopes to encourage states like Kuwait to start a process of reaching out to Israel but even before the president landed, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was telling journalists not to expect any breakthrough.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

kuwaitis are pro US because it saved the country during First Gulf war and US safeguard this region because of oil. Bahrain is a different story,it is shite dominated country.