Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Sabah Al-Salem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah on Saturday affirmed his support for efforts and initiatives aimed at serving the Kuwaiti society in various sectors.
Sheikh Salman, during a meeting with students from Florida University, said the Kuwaiti Government is keen on securing all conditions to enable the youth realise their aspirations.
The State, although it enjoys abundant resources, cannot alone face contemporary challenges; it rather needs support of the private sector and grass-root organizations (NGOs) "to establish an ideal society that stays abreast of modernization," Sheikh Salman pointed out.
The Ministry, he said, depends on "creative energy of the civil associations, which is based on the youth to shorten the path" of developing the national human resources. Its strategy envisages sound upbringing of the youth to turn into responsible citizens, he added.
Separately, Sheikh Salman received a delegation of "Mawaheb" group, a delegation of the national backgammon game, Kuwait Society for Human Rights, latter of which headed by Chairman Khaled Al-Anjari. The minister affirmed role of the human rights society for portraying a civic image of the State of Kuwait on the continental and international arenas.