Kuwait has stressed that it is still waiting for details on the deaths and rapes reported by Philippine’s President Duterte, according to Deputy Foreign Minister of Kuwait, Khalid Al-Jarallah.
He added “We have already expressed our regret and surprise. Again, we are sorry and surprised when we hear such statements by the President of the Philippines, especially as we have explained to the Philippine officials our position on the cases, and asked them to identify the cases they referred to; but they did not provide us with any details."
"We have a law for domestic labor, which is an integrated law and praised by the international community, and we confirm that the law governs their presence and work."
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