Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) Board Chairman and Director General Sheikh Mubarak Al-Duaij Al-Ibrahim Al-Sabah on Wednesday inspected the new agency bureau in the Saudi capital. Sheikh Mubarak Al-Duaij, addressing staff, called for promoting the news services to the level of the distinctive ties bounding the State of Kuwait with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and employing state-of-art technology to help in improving the services to the clients. The KUNA chairman praised major role played by the bureau staff with respect of bolstering the distinctive and brotherly relations with the Kingdom, affirming necessity to maintain coordination with the Kuwaiti Embassy and the GCC General-Secretariat in Riyadh. Moreover, he underlined necessity of coordination with the Saudi media, namely the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA), for serving common objectives, in line with the council member states' strategies aimed at advancing peoples of the GCC. Elaborating, Sheikh Mubarak renewed necessity of abiding by the news agency policy, where work is based on accuracy and objectivity. Also in this vein, he urged the personnel to safeguard KUNA's credibility and double efforts to enrich the newscast with diverse topics. Yousef Al-Saidi, the bureau chief, assured Sheikh Mubarak about the staff commitment to execute his directions, namely at the level of cementing the ties with the local media. Sheikh Mubarak Al-Duaij is in the Kingdom to take part in the 41st Conference of the General Assembly of the Federation of Arab News Agencies and Fourth International Conference of News Agencies.