A do­na­tion of $50,000 to UNICEF in the name of Kuwait

Kuwait Times - - Lifestyle Features -

Acon­tract for the dis­tri­bu­tion of Vodavoda wa­ter was signed with its ex­clu­sive dis­trib­u­tor in GCC coun­tries Karo Kuwait Com­pany in the pres­ence of the Ser­bian Mu­nic­i­pal­ity Min­is­ter, Belgrade Gov­er­nor, Kuwaiti Am­bas­sador to Ser­bia Yousuf Ab­dul­samad and Qatar’s Am­bas­sador to Ser­bia Sheikh Mubarak Al-Thani. Vodavoda wa­ter has be­come pop­u­lar in Kuwait and de­mand is on the in­crease in other GCC coun­tries.

A visit was or­ga­nized to the “house of wa­ter”, as it is called in Ser­bia, and the del­e­ga­tion toured the plant and saw how the wa­ter is filled as well as its source. Vodavoda wa­ter is con­sid­ered the world’s purest and has been un­der­ground for thou­sands of years. It is brought up to the sur­face from a depth of 605 m and filled di­rectly by adding or re­mov­ing el­e­ments. It is pu­ri­fied through the cal­care­ous lay­ers un­der­ground.

Kuwaiti Am­bas­sador Ab­dul­samad em­pha­sized the im­por­tance of co­op­er­a­tion be­tween Kuwait and Ser­bia, adding that re­la­tions go back more than 50 years. Ab­dul­samad said Kuwait Karo Com­pany is con­sid­ered a bridge to strengthen Kuwait-Ser­bia re­la­tions. Di­rec­tor Gen­eral of Karo Com­pany - the sole Vodavoda dis­trib­u­tor - Ab­du­laziz Ab­deen said a do­na­tion of $50,000 to UNICEF in the name of Kuwait comes as a con­tri­bu­tion with Vodavoda Ser­bia to build chil­dren care cen­ters in Ser­bia and the rest of the world.

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