Kuwait’s Security Agency decided to summon former PM Mubarak Al Duwailah over leaked records that links him to the late Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi.
“The state security agency will summon Al Duwailah over an audio leak from his meeting with Gaddafi in Libya, in which he talks about the situation in the Gulf region,” Arabic daily newspaper quoted a security source as saying.
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The audio leaks, revealed a plan to destabilize security in the Gulf region and Egypt, raised controversy on social media platforms during the past days.
Through his account on Twitter, Al Duwailah justified what was said during his meeting with Gaddafi, “During the meeting with Gaddafi, we had to keep up with him while he was talking to reassure him and know what he was planning forward, and frankly, we did not dare oppose him while we were in his tent.”
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Two days ago, Sheikh Ali Al Jarrah Al Sabah, Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs, denied statements made by Al Duwailah, in which he claimed that he conveyed to Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad what happened between him and Qaddafi. Al Jarrah stressed that Al Duwailah’s statements are totally incorrect.