The state of Kuwait is keen on participating in the 29th National Heritage and Culture Festival (Al-Janadriyah) held Under the auspices of Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, said an official here Thursday.
Undersecretary at the Ministry of Information Salah Al-Mbaraki told KUNA that Kuwait was participating in the event with a pavilion dedicated to Sadu weaving and traditional crafts and music.
The Kuwaiti participation also aims at contributing to the success of the annual event, said the official.
The annual festival includes cultural activities such as seminars, lectures and discussions on Islamic political movements and women's issues, popular market, folk dancing, theatrical activities and poetry.
The colorful festival aims at showcasing the religious and social values of Islam in order to instill and emerge the customs and traditions with the modern achievements, in addition to preserving the literary, aesthetic and folk creativity.