Règle correspondante
Kuwait
Practice Relating to Rule 150. Reparation
According to the Report on the Practice of Kuwait, it is Kuwait’s opinio juris that States that cause damage to the environment are under a duty to remedy such damage. 
Report on the Practice of Kuwait, 1997, Chapter 4.4.
In a memorandum issued in 1994 on “practical means to fully support international humanitarian law and apply its rules”, the Kuwaiti Ministry of Justice stated that a belligerent was “responsible for the acts committed by its armed forces’ personnel, and [obliged] to make up for these damages, and pay compensation for wrongful acts”. 
Kuwait, Ministry of Justice, Memorandum concerning the discussion of practical means to fully support international humanitarian law and apply its rules, 5 June 1994.
According to the Report on the Practice of Kuwait, Kuwait has demanded compensation for the damage to its environment during the Gulf War. The report further states that it is Kuwait’s opinio juris that States which cause damage to the environment are under a duty to remedy such damage. 
Report on the Practice of Kuwait, 1997, Chapter 4.4.
According to the Report on the Practice of Kuwait, Kuwait insisted, before the UN, on the restitution by Iraq of the cultural objects that were taken from Kuwaiti institutions during the occupation, or that compensation be paid. 
Report on the Practice of Kuwait, 1997, Chapter 6.2.