Kuwait on Monday called on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to make every effort to guarantee that the organization’s decisions and obligations to educational and cultural institutions in Palestine and Sudan are carried out.
This came in a speech by Kuwaiti Permanent Representative to UNESCO Dr. Adam Al-Mulla during the 216th session of the UNESCO Executive Board in Paris, Kuwait News Agency reported
“As we see what happened days before the demolition of schools in occupied Palestine, and we look forward to taking concrete steps by the organization towards the issue,” said Al-Mulla. He also urged the organization to provide help and alleviate the harmful consequences that Sudan’s educational and cultural institutions may face as a result of the current circumstances.
Al-Mulla expressed his hope that a draft decision in this respect will be prepared in the next session of the Executive Board.