Al-Jabri unhappy with greening works along roads
KUWAIT CITY, Sept 16, (KUNA): The Minister of State for Municipal Affairs has voiced disatisfaction at greening works along the country’s roads and at public locations.
All slack civil servants who erred in making contracts for beautifying the highways will be held accountable, Mohammad Al-Jabri warned in a statement on Saturday.
A municipality’s statement indicated that Minister Al-Jabri was addressing greenery deterioration along the main roads throughout Kuwait during a meeting that grouped officials of the Public Authority for Agriculture Affairs and Fisheries and contractors for beautifying plants.
“Time of dealing unfirmly with faulting companies has gone,” the minister stressed, warning that punishment awaits those responsible for the greening failure at the public spots, where new costly plants have withered.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry on Saturday affirmed that the recent visit to China by a Kuwaiti delegation paved the way for a future economic partnership.
The delegation, headed by Minister of Commerce and Industry Khaled Al-Roudhan, met with officials of 22 government authorities, public and private conglomerates, said the ministry in a statement alluding the mission on Sept 5-11.
Talks during the visit dealt with luring more Chinese investments to Kuwait, bringing in Chinese expertise and backing medium and small enterprise.
The mission was in line with His Highness the Amir strategy on transforming Kuwait into a global business hub, the 2035 State vision and implementing the government approach to find income resources other than oil. The official statement affirmed the approach to prepare the business environment in Kuwait for boosting enterprise and diversify the economy.