Kuwait is eagerly promoting its experience of conquering harsh ecological systems to become a producer of energy and vital resources, a Kuwaiti official said yesterday.
Undersecretary at the Ministry of Electricity and Water Mohammad Boushehri said that the ministry provided a briefing on the process of desalination in the State of Kuwait, a
nation not known for its vast water resources.
The ministry provided a briefing on the subject and showcased Kuwait’s accomplishment in the matter, said Boushehri.
He indicated that visitors to the Kuwaiti pavilion were also informed about Kuwait’s use of natural elements to produce power, noting that they were thrilled to know of this ‘small’ country’s abilities to procedure energy and water. He said that a team from the ministry will again head to the Expo later this month to further showcase Kuwait’s experiences within the desalination and water production.
Expo Milano consists of around 55 display sites representing 144 countries. Meanwhile, the Kuwaiti Ambassador to Italy Sheikh Ali Al-Khaled Al-Jaber Al-Sabah discussed yesterday with Italian officials preparations for the coming visit of His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah.
The subject showcased Kuwait's accomplishment in use of natural elements to produce power
Ambassador Ali Al-Khaled met Armando Varricchio, diplomatic adviser to Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, as part of preparations for the visit of His Highness the Premier during which he will meet his Renzi next month, the Kuwaiti embassy said in a statement.
The meeting focused on economic, political and cultural relations between Kuwait and Italy as well as cooperation in all fields, the statement said. Varricchio stressed the importance of this visit of His Highness Premier to Rome, lauding the tangible outcome of the previous one of His Highness Premier on September 16, 2014. The Italian official also commended Kuwait’s strong participation and distinguished pavilion at Expo Milano 2015.