Comments of a British anti-terrorism team that visited Kuwait International Airport a few days ago found their way for implementation through avoiding the mentioned drawbacks, and they started with the Interior Ministry’s decision to appoint 100 Kuwaiti and Gulf women at the airport to check IDs to face the comment of the British team that said there is a shortage of women at the airport.
Interior Ministry’s Acting Assistant Undersecretary for outlets security Maj Gen Faisal Al-Seneen said the ministry plans to appoint Kuwaiti and Gulf women at the airport to check and inspect women and distribute them to face shortages in three shifts. Seneen said “we deal with issues transparently and benefit from the experience of those who are ahead of us, especially a developed country like Britain”.
He said facing the increased number of arrivals and departures as well as the increased number of flights and transit passengers require the increase of female workers, as “we are suffering a lot from chronic shortage in them”. He said the appointees will go through a training course after the interviews.