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Info. Minister says Kuwait committed to human rights

Saturday, 30 November 2013 08:00 // 1167
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KUWAIT, Nov 30 (KUNA) -- Information Minister and State Youth Minister Sheikh Salman Sabah Al-Salem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah stressed Kuwait's respect of international laws, particularly those related to human rights.

The comment was made while he had received the officer in charge of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) regional office in Kuwait Iman Ereiqat on Saturday.
On the issue of human trafficking, he said Kuwait was committed to the matter through strict laws.
These measures have been taken according to the country's commitment to its Islamic faith, and in respect of the sanctity of human dignity.
For her part, Ereiqat hailed the Kuwaiti government's efforts on human trafficking. The existence of several remarks where Kuwait is concerned is expected, she said, considering its large expatriate workforce.
She expressed delight that Kuwait is hosting a forum on the role media in highlighting the issue of human trafficking between January 7 to 8. (end) bsa.sd KUNA 301336 Nov 13NNNN

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