The Embassy of the State of Kuwait in Washington Friday called on Kuwaiti students and citizens in American cities witnessing violent incidents and demonstrations to stay away from riot areas and avoid gatherings.


In a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), the Embassy of the State of Kuwait in Washington called on students and citizens to stay with their residence, taking care and caution, and taking the necessary measures to ensure their safety and following the directions issued by the relevant local authorities.


The embassy confirmed that it had not received any information about any of our citizens being harmed by these current events in a number of American cities.


In this regard, the embassy urged citizens and students to continue to communicate with them on the following numbers: The Embassy of the State of Kuwait in Washington 2022620758 The Consulate General of the State of Kuwait in New York 9172426688 The Consulate General of the State of Kuwait in Los Angeles 310 279 3644 The Cultural Office of the State of Kuwait in Washington 2023642104 The Health Office of the State of Kuwait In Washington 202 320 2415 Military Office of the State of Kuwait in Washington 2023903416 The Cultural Office of the State of Kuwait in Los Angeles 424 666 4214.
Earlier today, Friday, the US National Guard deployed 500 of its personnel in Minneapolis to restore calm after a third night of unrest following the killing of An African-American citizen upon arrest by the police, according to the statement of the US National Guard.