Prince William Just Posted A Video Of His Middle East Trip On Instagram

BY Rohma Theunissen / Dec 10 2019 / 13:01 PM

“Thank you Kuwait and Oman!”

Prince William Just Posted A Video Of His Middle East Trip On Instagram

Prince William’s recent royal engagement which saw him embark on a four-day solo trip to Kuwait and Oman wrapped up last week and the future king has taken to Instagram to officially thank the Middle Eastern nations for their exceptional hospitality with a dedicated video on his official Instagram account.

“Thank you Kuwait and Oman!” says the caption of the video on the Kensington Royal page that is shared by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The video showcases the highlights of the Duke’s Middle Eastern trip which touched upon the topics of education, security, defence, cooperation and environment. Prince William even ensured that the gratitude was expressed in Arabic within the post caption.

The trip which took place from the 1st to 4th of December saw William engage in a plethora of talks and activities across Kuwait and Oman to pay tribute to the historic ties the countries shared with Britain and to highlight and strengthen cooperation between the United Kingdom and the Arab nations.

Watch the full video below:

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Thank you Kuwait and Oman! // كل الشكر للكويت وعُمان! The Duke of Cambridge’s first visit to Kuwait and Oman paid tribute to the historic ties Britain shares with Kuwait and Oman and highlighted strong links and cooperation in several areas, including: Education The Duke learned more about organisations working in both countries to educate and empower young people, and projects which provide opportunities to help them develop important life skills. Defence and security cooperation The Duke spent time understanding the important security history of the region, and the UK’s current links with both countries from a defence perspective. In Kuwait he joined Kuwaiti and UK troops at Exercise Desert Warrior, and in Oman he learned more about the Royal Navy of Oman’s responsibilities monitoring maritime traffic passing through the Strait of Hormuz. Environment The Duke heard more about Kuwait and Oman’s ambitious plans to conserve their natural environment, and protect their important ecosystems from new environmental challenges. Visit the link in our bio to read more about #RoyalVisitKuwait and #RoyalVisitOman

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