Social development and prosperity is dependent upon unbridled youth support, Kuwait's Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Sabah Salem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah said.
Sheikh Salman made those remarks in a statement during a visit he payed to telecommunications firm Zain's branch in the Jordanian capital, known as ZAIN Innovation Campus (ZINC) on Saturday, along with his accompanying delegation.
Moreover, he underscored the Kuwaiti leadership's firm commitment to youth-related issues, describing the youth sector as "an integral part of a nation's development."
Meanwhile, CEO of Zain Jordan Ahmad Al Hanandeh informed the Kuwaiti delegation about some strategies the company has employed to ratchet up support of youth, much to the delight of Sheikh Salman who said it is an opportunity for youth to hone their skills and abilities.
ZINC, long a bastion of business, encourages entrepreneurs to translate their ideas into actual projects, as a slew of local and international personalities have shared their know-how with the Jordanian youth.
The Kuwaiti Minister of Information was in the Hashemite Kingdom to attend the opening of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, the biggest sporting event to be hosted by Jordan.