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KUWAIT CITY, Nov 14: The Kuwaiti Cabinet during a session on Monday discussed its tasks’ manifesto (2022-2026), government spokesperson Tareq Al-Mezrem said. Al-Mezrem, who doubles as the head of the government communication center, said on the center twitter account that the cabinet decided to approve the government task program in principle, tasked a panel to prepare the final text in two weeks for referral to the cabinet for approval, also pending submission to the National Assembly, according to Provision 98 of the Constitution.
The provision stipulates that a cabinet, instantly after formation, is ought to submit its manifesto to the National Assembly, which in turn will express remarks on it. The Cabinet praised the efforts of the Representative of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al- Sabah, His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah and the world leaders during the COP27, lauding the summit’s result that may help face climate change and protect the earth and nature. This came during the Cabinet’s weekly meeting chaired by His Highness Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah at Seif Palace, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Barak Ali Al-Shetan said following the meeting.
The Cabinet was briefed by Deputy Prime Minister and Oil Minister Dr. Bader Al-Mullah and Foreign Minister Sheikh Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Alsabah on the results of His Highness the Amir’s representative participation in the COP27 summit. It was also briefed on Kuwait’s speech during the summit, which was delivered by His Highness the Crown Prince, in which he affirmed the Kuwait’s commitment to the Gulf, regional and international resolutions and initiatives concerned with the environment and the standards of cooperation with the UN in implementing its environmental projects.
Moreover, the Cabinet touched on His Highness’s affirmation on Kuwait’s endeavor to carry out promising projects through the Green Middle East initiative to increase green areas through afforestation, increase green cover, establish natural reserves, and pay attention to ecotourism to contribute to achieving carbon neutrality during the middle of the present century. (KUNA)