Around 15 percent of development projects are now ready to be implemented, Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Hind Al-Sabeeh said on Sunday, describing the progress as an "unprecedented achievement."
Al-Sabeeh made these remarks after attending a workshop organized by a municipal committee dealing with development and reforms.
Moreover, she noted that the workshop featured discussions of 15 projects belonging to 10 government bodies, adding that four of these projects are now, "ready to be implemented."
Al-Sabeeh added that the remainder of the projects are being sorted out. On some impediments to these projects, she said that "a lot of them have been given clearance but require certain tweaks that have stalled their progress."
Meanwhile, Director General of Kuwait's Municipality Ahmad Al-Manfouhi said that the municipality strives to eliminate all obstacles facing these development projects, adding that this workshop aims to bring the country's development plan to fruition.
Al-Manfouhi also noted that many projects have been expedited in order to achieve further progress. Similarly, head of the municipal committee on development and reforms Osama Al-Otaibi noted that the workshop has been put together to examine any factors that could potentially hinder development projects and goals.