Enlistment law in the State of Kuwait should be up-to-date with other similar laws across the globe to provide the best defense services in the country, a visiting Kuwaiti military official stressed in Bern (Switzerland) Sunday.
Chief of Kuwaiti Military Judicial Authority Major General Abdulwahab Al-Salahi (photo) headed a Kuwaiti military delegation visiting Switzerland and other neighboring countries to get acquainted with enlistment laws practiced in Europe.
Switzerland has the best conscription in the region that has been derived from years of experience of self-protection and political neutrality, Al-Salahi told KUNA. For that reason, Kuwait would most definitely benefit from the Swiss Army's enrollment laws.
He added that the visit comes in line with directions of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah who seeks to provide Kuwait's military with the necessary knowledge and practices in the defense service.
On his part, Kuwaiti Ambassador to Switzerland Bader Al-Tunaib expressed hope that this visit would result in cooperation and exchange of military expertise that would ultimately enhance Kuwait military defenses.
The visiting Kuwaiti delegation included military officers from legal, human resources and education departments.