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Kuwait affirms keenness to benefit from other nations' educational expertise

KUWAIT, Nov 24 (KUNA) -- Minister of Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research Dr. Hamad Al-Adwani on Thursday affirmed necessity and keenness of benefiting from experience of advanced nations in the teaching sector.
The minister, who made the affirmation during a meeting with ambassadors of sisterly and friendly states to discuss a host of issues concerning the key field, affirmed Kuwait is seeking to study other's nations experience and stay abreast of latest qualitative steps at this level.
During the meeting, Kuwaiti officials and Canadian diplomats, namely the Ambassador Aliya Mawani, discussed a (proposed) memo for educational cooperation and prospects of transferring Canadian expertise to the country.
The memo is designed to attain the political leadership vision with respect of reforming the educational system and attaining Kuwait development vision 2035, minister Al-Adwani said, noting the particular objective of preparing the youth to be much competitive and productive.
It is also in line with the ministry objectives, attaining excellence in the educational process, upgrading works and elevating the level of competence among scholastic and administrative staff.
Minister Al-Adwani also received today the deputy head of the US mission and the charge d'affairs, James Holtsnider, the Canadian ambassador, the Omani ambassador Amer Al-Khrousi, the Jordanian envoy Sagr Bou-Shtal and his Tunisian peer Al-Hashemi Al-Ojaili to discuss various issues in the educational realm. (end) asa.rk