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Kuwait asks Kuwaitis in Kazakhstan to leave 'for their safety'
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The Arab News reported according to Reuters that state news agency (KUNA) said on Friday, the Kuwaiti embassy in Kazakhstan asked Kuwaitis in the Central Asian country to leave “for their safety."

It also urged Kuwaitis who wanted to travel to Kazakhstan to postpone their plans “because of the emergency status” continuing in the country.

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Source: arabnews