Kuwait MoD responds to inquiries about Caracal aircraft defects
(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) KUWAIT, Feb 12 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's Ministry of Defense has issued a clarification on inquiries made by several lawmakers about the existence of a technical malfunction in Caracal aircraft, specifically in relation to two aircrafts, ahead of their delivery by the manufacturer.
The ministry has made the decision to form a specialised technical committee tasked with examining reasons that prevented the receipt of the aircraft and addressing the root causes behind this in order to prevent a repeat of the matter.
The move was made out of complete concern for the safety of air force pilots and employees, in preservation of public funds, and in response to the rightful statements and queries posed by the lawmakers, said the ministry in a statement.
Furthermore, the ministry confirmed the "suspension of its receipt of these aircraft at the present time, pending the conclusion of the committee's inspection of the problem and the receipt of the manufacturer's report on the malfunction suffered by some of the aircrafts."
The ministry will then take the "appropriate decision about the aircrafts' formal delivery by the manufacturer, in light of positive results in this regard, with full assurances received that no technical malfunction would occur in the future." (end)
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