The Interior Ministry reiterated that expatriates who harm the relations of Kuwait with other Gulf Arab states are immediately deported from the country, reports Al-Anba daily quoting high-level security sources. According to available statistics, 32 expatriates, including nine Gulf citizens and 23 Arabs have been deported since the beginning of January 2015.
The source stressed the Ministry of Interior will not tolerate any offence to members states. In other news, a security source revealed at the request of Morocco a Kuwaiti security delegation is preparing to leave for Rabat, Morocco to take part in a special Arab meeting on ‘terrorism and its effect on the region’.
The meeting will look at ways to take advantage of the ability of Kuwait’s security authorities and exchange of experiences.
The source added another delegation returned a few days ago from the UAE after taking part in a series of meetings to promote cooperation among the Gulf states to fight terrorism