The Midnight Crisis of the UNSC began when the United States declared an attack on Iran to
monitor its nuclear activity and almost all the oil fields in Nigeria came under control of the
extremist group, Boko Haram.
Delegate of Kuwait urged the protection and immediate evacuation of women and children in
the region and will be sending troops for providing protection and refuge in the affected
region. The United States supported Kuwait’s decision on security and independence, and it’s
diplomatic efforts to build greater cooperation among the Gulf Cooperation Council
As the correspondent questioned the delegate of Kuwait about their stand on the crisis at
hand, the delegate claimed to be neutral, based on their excellent foreign relations with both
Iran and Saudi Arabia. When argued that the delegate neglected their foreign relations with
the Western powers such as the United Kingdom and the United States who are acting as the
captains of war in the Gulf during the crisis, the delegate responded with reasoning to act as a
mediator between the countries. The delegate further asked Saudi Arabia to stall any
immediate action and also urged to use surveillance and intelligence reports to find traces of
uranium in the region.
Throughout the session, Kuwait maintained its stand to prevent any military intervention in
any war inflicted countries and focused on the safety and evacuations of the red zone area.
The delegate acted based on his foreign policies.
Reporter: Sachin Gautam, Al Jazeera
Editor: Anahita Devesi