Kuwait utilizes five digits to represent its postal codes. These are formatted to represent the sector and the particular post office they refer to. There isn't a single international postal code that refers specifically to the country.
Kuwait has international numbers and symbols that refer to it specifically as a country, but these are not postal codes. For instance, its international telephone code is 965, while its international country code (3-digit standard) is KWT, or KW in the 2-digit international standard. Within the country, examples of the longer five-digit postal codes include 10002 for Safat, 15004 for Morgab 4 and 15005 for Morgab 5.