Kuwait keen on fulfilling requirements of unified Arab customs — official

CAIRO, Jan 31 (KUNA) — A Kuwaiti official affirmed on Sunday her country’s keenness on completing requirements of establishing the unified Arab customs union.
Mona Al-Qallaf, Head of the legal department in Kuwait General Administration of Customs, made the statement to KUNA on sidelines of presiding over a Kuwaiti delegation to the 27th meeting of the committee of unified Arab customs law.
She stressed the importance of cooperation and coordination among Arab countries to execute the project of regulations of the unified Arab customs law, affirming that Kuwait is committed to implementing measures of Arab free trade zone.
She noted that the Kuwaiti delegation will submit proposals pertaining to regulations and a relevant explanatory note so as to implement them as soon as possible.
Earlier today, the two-day meeting kicked off at the headquarters of the Cairo-based Arab League, with the participation of heads of legal departments of customs in Arab countries.
The meeting discusses a number of topics pertaining to the completion of requirements of setting up a unified Arab customs union after enacting the unified Arab customs law. (end) mfm.asm.mab.hm