KUWAIT: Kuwait Embassy in Romania confirmed Wednesday the follow-up on the case of the missing Kuwaiti citizen Mohammad Al-Baghli, in the presence of a Kuwaiti security delegation. This came after the meeting of Kuwaiti Ambassador to Romania Talal Al-Hajri, in the presence of a delegation from Kuwait’s Ministry of Interior (MoI), with the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Head of the Department of Emergency Situations Dr Raed Arafat.
In a phone call to KUNA, Al-Hajri said that during the meeting, they discussed the latest developments in the case of Al-Baghli, who has been missing in Romania since August 2015, indicating that he urged for more efforts to find out his fate, as the case receives great attention. The embassy is still following up and communicating with Romanian officials, he underscored.
Al-Hajri underlined the keenness of the political leadership in Kuwait and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to continue and know the latest findings of the investigation results in the case.
Al-Baghli, a businessman, disappeared under mysterious circumstances in Cheia village in Prahova county, north of the capital, Bucharest, in August 2015. Kuwait’s MoI previously sent security delegations to Romania to follow up on the case and coordinate with Romanian police and competent authorities. – KUNA