Kuwait will strengthen the security of government facilities after an attack on Saudi refineries
Kuwaiti authorities have decided to strengthen security measures at strategically important state facilities after the attack on the Saudi oil and gas company Saudi Aramco.
This was reported by KUNA.
It is noted that the Prime Minister of Kuwait, Jaber al-Mubarak al-Hamad al-Sabah, gave relevant instructions to the military and various security forces.
On September 14, in Saudi Arabia, drones attacked two refineries of the state-owned company Saudi Aramco, after which fires occurred at the plants.
The attack has already been condemned by a number of countries, in particular Great Britain, France, Germany and the USA.
More on the topic - in the material RT.