Jarallah said Kuwait’s foreign policy was “based on respecting the sovereignty and non-interference in internal affairs and good neighborliness,” Kuwait's official news agency KUNA reported.
The Kuwaiti official reassured the Iranian diplomat that his country respects territorial integrity of the Islamic Republic.
Jarallah pointed out that the anti-Iran meeting had taken place without permission from relevant Kuwaiti authorities, KUNA said.
Kuwaiti officials, the report added, have “begun taking necessary legal measures” over the “disappointing” affair, which was undertaken in a “private” capacity.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Saturday summoned Kuwait’s charge d’affaires to Tehran to protest that affair.