Kuwaiti Mission Sheds Light On Efforts Against Terrorism
The State of Kuwait Permanent Mission to the UN agencies here has organized seminars shedding light on the Gulf country's efforts in confronting terrorism.
The gatherings were held on sidelines of the 26th session of the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. Sadeq Mohammad Maarefi, the State of Kuwait Ambassador to Austria and the Permanent Delegate to the International Organizations in Vienna, said in a statement to KUNA on Saturday that the seminars were held to publicize Kuwait's efforts in combating cross-border crimes particularly terrorism.
Much light was shed on Kuwait's adherence to international treaties and support for efforts at the international and regional levels to confront cybercrimes. In shadow of dramatic regional events, the need has become pressing for coordinated international efforts for facing various forms of crimes, Maarefi said.
Kuwait had witnessed a number of terrorist attacks, such as the bombing that targeted motorcade of the late Amir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, explosions at popular cafes and bombing of Imam Al-Sadeq Mosque. Among the lecturers were Zakaria Al-Ansari, the assistance justice undersecretary for legal affairs and Sergeant Rakan Al-Shraiaan as well as Khaled Al-Antari, representative of the Ministry of Information.