Gulf operetta depicts unity of Gulf countries: Sheikh Salman
AGulf operetta, dubbed “Khaleej Al-Nour,” depicts national unity and common destiny binding people of the Arabian Gulf countries, Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Al-Sabah said. Sheikh Salman, representing His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah at the opening of the Operetta Tuesday evening, said Khaleej Al-Nour conveyed a message of love from the Kuwaiti people to the leaders of the Gulf countries “whose wisdom contributed to preserve security of our countries from threats.”
Sheikh Salman expressed content that the operetta coincided with the 53th anniversary of Kuwait’s Constitution, which was a roadmap for relations between the political leadership and people. The constitution, he said, prevented many crises. Amiri Diwan Advisor Mohammad Sharar said the youth artifacts exhibition would be moved to Sheikh Sabah AlAhmad Traditional Village. He said in a statement these cultural festivals would further boost relations among the Gulf peoples.
Dr. Humoud Fulaiteh, Chairman of the operetta organizing committee, said Khaleej Al-Nour was depicting the past and present of the Gulf region, and how youth were contributing to social and economic development.
Fulaiteh, also Deputy Director General of the Public Authority for Sport, said the youth should take the lead in development and innovation. — KUNA