Over 400 get govt nod for rain-losses compensation
MPW seeks cash to fill up potholes on roads
KUWAIT CITY, Dec 6: A reliable source at the Public Authority for Assessment the Compensations said about 2,000 people afflicted by the recent heavy rainfall have filed for compensation before the door closes for filing requests, reports Al-Anba daily.
Speaking to the daily, the source pointed out committee has given invoices to more than 400 people afflicted by the rains to receive their compensations which means their claims have been accepted.. however, they have to wait for their turn.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Public Works is seeking additional budget from the Ministry of Finance to repair potholes on roads and highways caused by the recent heavy rains, reports Al-Anba daily.
The source added the ministry has prepared a report on the roads which need urgent attention because of flying gravel.
Meanwhile, the neutral committee which was formed by the Minister of Public Works on the issue of flying gravel is expected to submit its report within two weeks.
The minister will then submit the report to the Council of Ministers and then the National Assembly for necessary action.
Kuwait is eager to promote relations with Jordan in all fields, Kuwait’s Minister of Information Mohammad AlJabri said on Wednesday.
Al-Jabri, who also serves as Minister of State for Youths Affairs, made the statement during his meeting with a visiting Jordanian delegation including some officials and editors-in chief of a number of media and press institutions.
He stressed that the relations between the two countries are deep-rooted, thanks to support of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and King Abdullah II of Jordan.
Al-Jabri expressed his gratitude to the effective role by Jordan’s media and press in backing and unifying the Arab rank.
Iraqi Minister of Trade Mohammad Al-Ani expressed during his meeting with Kuwaiti Ambassador Salem Al-Zamanan on Tuesday that his country’s desire to increase the economic ties between Iraq and Kuwait.
The Ministry of Trade said in a release that Minister Al-Ani discussed during the meeting with the Kuwaiti Ambassador ways of strengthening the economic ties and means of boosting commercial exchange between the two countries.
Al-Ani stressed on the importance of activating ongoing deals between the two sides to in light of the need of having a vision that is based on cooperation and interaction.
Head of the Presidential Council of the National Reconciliation Government in Libya,Fayez al-Seraj leaving Kuwait at the conclusion of an official visit.