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KUWAIT CITY, June 29: First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Retired Lieutenant General Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf Al- Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah called on Tuesday the graduate officers to keep the oath they swore and to put the nation’s interest and sacrifice in mind. This came in a press statement issued by the General Department of Relations and Security Media at the Ministry of Interior on the occasion of the graduation ceremony of a new batch of officers who completed the fifth cycle of the first deputy officer who obtained a high school certificate to be promoted to the rank of lieutenant, and their number is 377. Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf stressed the need for the graduate officers to apply the science and training they received in the course to the reality of field work, each in his position, which leads to the advancement of security work and the preservation of homeland security and stability.
He praised the graduates’ insistence in acquiring knowledge and raising their scientific level to higher levels, stressing the security institution’s interest in encouraging its members to continue their scientific career, believing that there is no way to strengthen the security apparatus except by preparing and developing the human element to face security challenges and their developments.
The Minister expressed his thanks and appreciation to the leaders and officers of the education and training sector for their great efforts to graduate this new group of officers. The ceremony began with the national anthem, followed by recitation of verses from the Holy Qur’an, after which the Acting Director of the Officers Training Institute, Colonel Fahd Al-Gharib, delivered the appointment decision.
The department was read by the head of the Promotion Courses Department, Colonel Abdullah Al-Othaina. The graduation ceremony was attended by Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lieutenant-General Anwar Al-Barjas, Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Education and Training Affairs Major General Nasser Bouresli, and a number of leaders and officers of the education and training sector in the ministry, (KUNA).