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Kuwait-UAE joint electronic security initiative blocks deportees’ return

Both countries aim to enhance security coordination beyond traffic violations, focusing on identifying and apprehending vehicles with forged license plates.

  • The Kuwait-UAE meeting covered multiple areas of cooperation. Efforts are expected to boost coordination in exchanging deported individuals’ information through an electronic security link.

Security sources informed Al-Rai newspaper that the bilateral security meeting between Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) yielded significant outcomes aimed at boosting cooperation between the two nations.

The key areas of focus include coordinating efforts regarding expatriates deported from Kuwait and the Emirates, with the goal of preventing their re-entry into either country post-deportation.

The sources explained that the meeting between the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior, Lieutenant General Sheikh Salem Al-Nawaf, and an Emirati security delegation touched on various areas of bilateral cooperation. It is likely that work will take place during the coming period to raise the level of coordination in exchanging and circulating the names and statements of those deported from the two countries via an electronic security link.

The sources mentioned a second topic discussed during the meeting, which concerns the traffic link between the two countries. This link has been operational for over a year, and it was noted that it is scheduled for completion, with certain comments to be officially addressed in the next month.

Sources explained that both countries are seeking additions that go beyond merely collecting traffic violations, aiming for enhanced security coordination to identify and apprehend vehicles with forged license plates in both nations.

The sources confirmed that both sides emphasized the importance of taking necessary measures to strengthen security cooperation between the two countries, encompassing various relevant aspects.



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