KUWAIT CITY, March 2: Kuwait has begun implementing the UN Security Council resolution and imposed sanctions on eight Kuwaitis for their activities related to DAESH and al-Qaeda terrorist organizations, reports Arab Times daily.
A high diplomatic source said the Council of Ministers has asked the Foreign Ministry to coordinate with the concerned government agencies to ensure the UN Security Council sanctions are implemented. According to reports, the UN Sanctions Committee has asked Kuwait to freeze the assets, slap a travel ban and prevent the supply of arms to these eight Kuwaiti nationals.
The source explained the implementation of sanctions against the eight Kuwaitis obliged Kuwait to act without delay.
In accordance with the UN concept preventing the supply of arms, means preventing the sale or transfer, directly or indirectly, and to prevent any provision of technical advice, assistance or training related to military activities to these individuals whether inside or outside the country.