Five hundred children, on holiday camps in the centres of the Ministry of National Solidarity and Family, were Wednesday evening the guests of honour of Amar (II florilegio) Circus.
Coming from several provinces, the children travelled for more than one hour to a world full of laughter and thrills through a show they dubbed "original and magical."
Ponies, crocodiles, snakes, zebras and even hippopotamus were present in this traveling theatre and captivated the children in a magnificent show.
Present in the circus, Minister of National Solidarity and Family Souad Bendjaballah said that her institution has planned since the end of the holy month of Ramadan "solidarity stays." Kuwait's crude oil exports to South Korea jumped 27.
7 percent in July from a year earlier to 16.05 million barrels, or 518,000 barrels per day (bpd), according to latest data released by the state-run Korea National Oil Corporation.
The figure marked the second consecutive monthly expansion. As South Korea's No. 2 supplier, Kuwait provided 19.3 percent of South Korea's total crude oil imports in July, compared to a 16.2 percent share in the same month of last year.
Overall South Korea's crude oil imports last month grew 7.1 percent year-on-year to 83.29 million barrels (2.69 million bpd). South Korea, with its heavy industrial base, is the world's fifth-biggest oil importer.
Saudi Arabia remained its top crude supplier, but imports from the kingdom shrank 4.2 percent from a year earlier to 737,000 bpd. The United Arab Emirates ranked third with 338,000 bpd, up 43.3 percent, followed by Qatar and Iran.