KUWAIT: Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Sabah Salem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah met yesterday with the ambassadors of several brotherly and friendly countries in Kuwait.
Sheikh Salman Sabah, who also doubles as Acting Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, discussed with the ambassadors of Azerbaijan, Japan, Tunisia and Romania bilateral cooperative relations and a number of regional and international issues, the Ministry of Information said in a press release. During the meeting, the ambassadors hailed relations and cooperation between Kuwait and these countries as being developed in various fields, mainly in the fields of youth and culture, it added.
Separately, Sheikh Salman Al-Humoud praised yesterday a young Kuwaiti employee of the Ministry of Information for attaining a US patent for an invention of hers. The praise came in a statement issued by the ministry of Information following Sheikh Salman’s meeting in his office with the inventor Abeer Al-Naimi. The inventor, who works for Kuwait TV’s Channel One got US patent office’s approval for the design of a toilet commode that can be used in a car by people with special needs.
The minister voiced pride of the ministry of Information in one of its creative employees who, with her patented invention, represents the innovative spirit of young Kuwaitis. He said Naimi’s invention is further testimony to the creative minds and talents of Kuwaiti youth seeking personal expression and distinctiveness in so many ways. The young inventor thanked the ministry for harnessing the talents of the youth and for encouraging them to excel in their fields of interest. – KUNA