Kuwait Embassy in India is situated at the bustling diplomatic enclave of Chanakyapuri, in New Delhi. It has been set up to extend both routine and emergency services to Kuwaiti citizens residing or in transit in India.
Embassy’s services include assisting its citizens in emergencies, representing them while talking to local authorities, purveying tourist information, providing attestations of Indian certificates and issuing immigrant and non-immigrant visas.
Indira Gandhi International Airport is 15 km to the north-west of Chanakyapuri. The Kuwait Embassy is 10 km to the south-west of New Delhi Railway Station and is 12 km from the Interstate Bus Stand at Kashmiri Gate.
Kuwait’s Foreign Policy is governed by its belief in mutual respect, equality and non-interference in internal affairs of other nations. Kuwait is a strong advocate of resolving international disputes amicably by peaceful means and in compliance of principles enshrined in international treaties and laws.
Its policy is characterised by transparency, clarity and quiet diplomacy. It strongly believes in maintaining Kuwait’s independence and sovereignty of its lands, wealth and its people and accords the same respect to other sovereign nations.
It seeks international cooperation and mutual respect. It advocates a new world order based in international law; a world which rejects aggression and terrorism and respects human rights.
To foster and cement international relations Kuwait maintains embassies and consulates around the world which function under the guidance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.