Sultanate has lost a dear, beloved brother: Diwan of Royal Court Issues Statement

Muscat: The Kuwait Amiri Diwan announced on Tuesday the passing of His Highness the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

The Oman’s Diwan of Royal Court today issued a statement reading as follows:

“With full faith in the Almighty Allah’s divine destining and judgment and, with profound sorrow and grief, His Majesty Sultan Haitham Bin Tarik has received the news of the death of his brother, the forgiven, by the will of Allah, HH Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Jabir al-Sabah, the late Emir of the State of Kuwait.

The deceased was one of the Arab leaders who contributed with great wisdom and farsightedness to establishing a system of justice and humanity. By his demise, the Sultanate loses a dear, beloved brother.

His Majesty the Sultan has issued his Royal orders to announce the State of Mourning in the Sultanate for three days beginning from tomorrow, Wednesday, 30 September 2020, so that official duty will resume on Sunday, 16 Safar 1442 AH, coinciding with 4 October 2020.

While sharing the Kuwaiti leadership, government and people their sorrows and grief over this immense loss, the Sultanate prays to the Almighty Allah to rest the deceased in peace in Heavens, along with the devout and the faithful, and to grant his noble family and the brotherly people of Kuwait fortitude to bear the loss.

To the Almighty Allah we belong, and to Him we shall return.

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