KUWAIT CITY, June 13: The Syrians and the Yemenis who are is prison will be deported to their respective home countries because the situations in some war-affected Arab countries has become almost stable, keeping in mind the interests and security of Kuwait which are more important than anything else, reports Al-Rai daily.
A senior source at the Ministry of Interior said the committee in charge of carrying out a comprehensive study of deportation cases which is headed by the Attorney-General, Counselor Mohammed Rashid Al-Duaij, has issued a report and submitted it to the Ministry of Interior for implementation.
The source said one of the most prominent methods is to deport any Syrian or Yemeni immediately in the event of violating laws or criminal activity. This is done in public interest because security of the country is vital. The source said, in the past, the Syrians were exempted from deportation on humanitarian grounds because of the turbulent situation in their country.