Cabinet approves draft decree for Tenders Board

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KUWAIT CITY, May 28: Kuwait Cabinet, during its weekly meeting Tuesday chaired by His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmad Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al- Sabah, approved a draft decree forming the Central Agency for Public Tenders Board of Directors. During the meeting, the cabinet was briefed by the Minister of Public Works and the Minister of State for Municipal Affairs, Dr. Noura Al- Mashan on the railway connection project between Kuwait and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmad Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah chairs the meeting of the Council of Ministers on Tuesday.

The Cabinet stressed the importance of the project, which will contribute to organizing and activating sustainable railway connectivity and enhance trade exchange and economic growth between the two countries. Kuwait’s Cabinet also approved two draft decrees abolishing Law No. (40) of 1966 regarding mayors, abolishing the decree establishing the National Security Service, and submitting them to His Highness the Amir Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

On the other hand, the Kuwaiti Cabinet expressed condolences to the Iranian leadership and people on the demise of Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi and foreign minister Hussein Amir Abdolahyan. The Cabinet congratulated the newly appointed Head of the State Audit Bureau, Issam Salem Al-Roumi on the new post, wishing him success. The newly appointed Head of the State Audit Bureau, Issam Salem Al-Roumi, took the legal oath before the Council of Ministers during its weekly meeting, on Tuesday.

Also on Tuesday, the Council of Ministers eulogized former Minister of Commerce and Industry Faisal Abdulrazzaq Al-Khaled, who passed away yesterday. The Council of Ministers, in a meeting chaired by His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmad Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, praised the public service of the deceased and prayed to Allah the Almighty to bestow his blessing upon him.(KUNA)

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