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Kuwait bans water gun, balloon sales during national celebrations

The state has also banned hazardous materials such as fireworks, hot air balloons with open flames, and weapons resembling self-defense firearms

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has taken decisive action by issuing an administrative decision to prohibit the sale of water guns, small water-filled balloons, and foam cans during the national holidays.

The decision, effective from February 20 to March 31, is rooted in considerations of public interest. Prohibited items encompass all types of water guns, small water-filled balloons, and foam cans.

The ministry has additionally prohibited hazardous materials, including fireworks, hot air balloons with open flames, white weapons, guns and pistols resembling self-defense weapons (such as swords, daggers, spears, arrows, pointed or sharpened bars affixed to sticks, sticks with spikes, pistols and electric batons, non-medical electric shock devices, double-edged or single-edged knives, gazelle horn knives, iron knuckles, laser and radiation devices, and radioactive materials).



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