A number of Kuwaiti ministries and institutions are offering their publications at the Riyadh International Book Fair which kicked off March 6, and the unique works have garnered great popularity among the visitors of the fair.
Kuwaiti Cultural Advisor Dr. Jaber Al-Merri told KUNA, Wednesday, after touring the fair that the publications of ministries, state institutions, and private publishers from Kuwait are met with the customary interest which attests to their great merit in the fields of science, culture, history, and more.
Supervisor of the Information Ministry Pavilion Thamer Al-Adwani for his part told KUNA the fair is well organized and praised the cooperation of the officials of the Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information with all exhibitors.
The ministry is offering many of the publications of the National Council for Culture, Arts, and Letters (NCCAL), Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), and the Center for Research and Studies on Kuwait.
Al-Adwani pointed out there was great appeal in general for Kuwaiti publications, but more appeal in particular for prestigious Kuwaiti publications such as Al-Arabi Magazine and historical compositions.
Riyadh International Book Fair receives visitors until Friday, March 16, with works on offer by over 450 publishers and with Sweden the Guest of Honor this year.