Kuwait's Public Anti-Corruption Authority (PACA) is keen on enhancing cooperation and partnerships with countries, and regional and international organizations to combat graft, chairman Abdulrahman Al-Nemash has said.
Al-Nemash made the statement to KUNA on Sunday on the sidelines of the International Anti-Corruption Conference held in Riyadh under "Anti-corruption, responsibility of everyone." The event is sponsored by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz.
He added that the recent issuance of PACA executive regulation gave the go-ahead for the PACA to fulfil its duties.
Invited by the Saudi National Anti-Corruption Commission (NAZAHA), Kuwait is taking part in the Riyadh conference to benefit from long expertise of international organizations on preventing and countering corruption, as well as enhancing transparency.
Combating corruption requires stronger cooperation among countries and the relevant international organizations, based on principles of the international law and charters, Al-Nemash said. He also underlined Kuwait's keenness on contributing to these efforts for promoting regional and international cooperation in the field.