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Kuwait government to act firmly against financial violations
July 24, 2018, 8:37 am
Acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah presides the cabinet weekly meeting.

The government Monday assigned financial monitors and Civil Services Commission (CSC) to act firmly against violations registered by authorities overseeing performance.

The government, in its weekly meeting chaired by Acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al­Hamad Al-Sabah, assigned financial monitors to prepare a guide to deal with financial violations, as well as the CSC to prevent a repetition of the breaches in state institutions. The executives, meanwhile, discussed projects implemented by the offset.

They also assigned the civil aviation directorate to provide a report every three months over the construction of the cargo city at Kuwait International Airport.

Sheikh Sabah Al­Khaled briefed the cabinet about the signature of a document with Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al­Jubeir regarding the establishment of Kuwait­Saudi Coordination Council, which would include multi­faceted cooperation as well as achieving further integration.

Meanwhile, the cabinet congratulated Egyptian President Abdulfatah Al­Sisi on July 23 revolution. It also rejected the Israeli parliament's Jewish nation law, which contradicted with international law, UN and human rights principles. It urged the international community to reject this law. The government condemned an explosion outside Kabul that killed and wounded many people.

Source: KUNA

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