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Kuwait leader in cultural, charity, humanitarian work globally - Rep.





Highness the Amir's Representative Sheikha Hussah Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah

Kuwait leader in cultural, charity, humanitarian work globally - Rep.

16/05/2017

OXFORD-- Highness the Amir's Representative Sheikha Hussah Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah said on Tuesday that the State of Kuwait is at forefront in supporting cultural, charity, and humanitarian work around the world.

In a statement to KUNA and Kuwait Television, Sheikha Hussah made the remarks on sidelines of the 15th anniversary celebration of Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (OCIS), under the auspices of OCIS' Honorary President Prince Charles of Wales.

Sheikha Hussah expressed her pleasure to represent His Highness the Amir in such culturally-rich occasion, noting that the such center represent a great opportunity to students completing their study due to its strong bond with the historic Oxford University.

The representative added that her country support everything that benefits the human race, including the support by Kuwait to establish such modern center that support all kinds of cultural activities.

Regarding the role played by Heritage Preservation Fund in areas of conflicts, Sheikha Hussah added Kuwait's huge support comes to preserve heritage in all critical areas and until normal life return back in various countries.

The fund's council members include Kuwait, UAE, France, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Germany, US, and the UK.

The fund is a non-profit fund registered in Geneva.


 














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