KUWAIT, March 22 (KUNA) -- Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil Sheikh Nimr Fahad Al-Malik Al-Sabah emphasized Wednesday keenness on alluring youth to set up new innovative projects in the ministry's sectors.
In a speech during the ministry's prize festival, Sheikh Nimr Al-Sabah stressed the need to inspire individuals to increase pioneering schemes, in line with the national strategy objectives and the country's position.
The Ministry believes in the strong partnerships and institutions in order to achieve a sustainable society, he said.
He referred that the prize is organized for the second year in a row, indicating that the ministry seeks to back youth and their rights as they are the core of progress and prosperity, and encourage them to adopt new ideas.
Promising youth are the future of Kuwait, which has minds interested in innovation, he said, adding that enabling creative persons will be a fertile environment for knowledge economy.
The prize came in harmony with the ministry's efforts aiming to support innovation and digital revolution, and develop employees and encourage them for excellence, he said.
Meanwhile, head of the ministry's public relations and media department Sheikha Tamader Khaled Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah said the ministry seeks to invest in youth and upgrade their skills and knowledge.
She stressed the importance of making universities' youth be ready to create partnerships among students and the oil sector to develop their skills and abilities.
The winners will contribute to facilitating work and fulfillment inside the ministry, she said.
The ministry is keen on providing continued support to youth in all sectors and providing all tools and methods to enable them to offer abilities and skills to serve their country, Sheikha Tamader concluded. (end) km.hm