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End Gulf crisis by serious dialogue for good, says MP – ‘Fines, fees at border posts’

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 2: Former MP Saleh Al-Mulla said the Gulf crisis must not be handled through emotions, but using solutions that are presented at a table directly with the conflicting parties in order to ensure the problem is radically solved, reports Al-Qabas daily.

In an interview with the daily, he said, “The issue of Abdali Cell cannot be ignored because it affects our national security. The whole matter is considered as a failure by the government, due to which it must resign entirely. Ministry of Interior Ministry cannot alone be held responsible”.

Some of the convicted members of “Abdali Cell” case were supposedly able to leave the country using diplomatic passports issued by the Iranian Embassy in Kuwait under Iranian names, reports Al-Anba daily quoting security sources.

They said some of the fugitives first went to a particular country from where they went to Iran, as per results of investigations.

The sources revealed that security authorities have identified the employee who stamped the forged passports. When questioned, he said he did not know that the holders of the diplomatic passports were convicted members of the “Abdali Cell” case.

Meanwhile, the office of Sentences Enforcement Department of Ministry of Justice at Nuwaiseeb border checkpoint Tuesday launched operations of collecting citation fees and fines and enforcing verdicts, reports Al-Anba daily.

The office was established based on instructions from Minister of Justice and State Minister for National Assembly Affairs Dr Faleh Al-Azeb to facilitate the transactions of visitors and passengers.

The office at Al-Nuwiaseeb border checkpoint will be open 24 hours 7 days a week. The fines and citation charges will be collected using K-Net service.

 

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