© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Sheikh Nawaf al Ahmed al Sabah is sworn-in as new Emir of Kuwait
DUBAI (Reuters) – Kuwait’s emir on Monday approved the formation of a new cabinet that replaced the outgoing oil and finance ministers in the OPEC member state, the government communications office said.
Mohammad Abdulatif al-Fares was named oil, electricity and water minister, replacing outgoing minister Khaled al-Fadhel, it said in a Twitter post. Khalifa Hamade was appointed finance minister, replacing outgoing minister Barak al-Shitan.
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