What is Kuwait City?

Kuwait City

Kuwait City (Arabic: مدينة الكويت, transliteration: Madīnat al-Kuwayt) is the capital of Kuwait. It has a population of 2.38 million in the metropolitan area. Located at the heart of the country on the shore of the Persian Gulf, and containing Kuwait's parliament (Majlis Al-Umma), most governmental offices, the headquarters of most Kuwaiti corporations and banks, it is the political, cultural and economic center of the emirate. Kuwait city is considered a Gamma + Global city.

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List Of Diplomatic Missions In Qatar - Accredited Embassies
... Belarus (Abu Dhabi) Burkina Faso Cameroon Chile (Cairo) Comoros Cote d'Ivoire Czech Republic (Kuwait City) Denmark European Union Finland (Abu Dhabi) Gabon Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau (Algier ...
List Of Diplomatic Missions In The United Arab Emirates - Accredited Missions
... Bhutan (Kuwait City) Bulgaria (Kuwait City) Burkina Faso (Riyadh) Burundi (Cairo) Cameroon (Riyadh) Central African Republic (Cairo) Chad (Riyadh) Croatia (Cairo) Democratic Republic of Congo (C ...
2002 ABC Under-18 Championship - Preliminary Round - Group D
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