- An atmosphere of joy and expression of excitement surrounds Kuwait
- At the behest of the top leadership, the department has mobilized its resources
- On June 19, 1961, Kuwait gained independence
- As a national champion of all science, one of the major ASCC events is a variety
- Kuwait celebrates 61 years of independence, transforming the country into a prosperous modern world.
KUWAIT CITY, An atmosphere of joy and expression of excitement surrounds Kuwait in February each year, which coincides with the commemoration of National Day and Freedom Day. As the month of February begins, Kuwait is adorned with its flag-colored lanterns for the purpose of beautifying various streets and locations.
The Department of Home Affairs has confirmed that all security and traffic arrangements have been finalized for national day celebrations in accordance with the predetermined schedule.
At the behest of the top leadership, the department has mobilized its resources and raised the profile of its staff from various security sectors to ensure a dignified and happy outlook for the celebrations, a press release said on Wednesday. Kuwait celebrates 61 years of independence, transforming the country into a prosperous modern world.
On June 19, 1961, Kuwait gained independence, ending the Anglo-Kuwaiti Convention of 1899. This was followed by the proclamation on May 18, 1961, incorporating World Day and the rise of the Amir festival into one of the most memorable events.
Annually 25 February. During the Kuwaiti National and Liberation Day holiday, the Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Center (ASCC) is thrilled to celebrate this special event with a wide variety of fun events, exhibitions and fun and educational activities. Events, workshops and activities will be held inside museum buildings and venues from Thursday, 24 February 2022 to Saturday, March 5, 2022.
As a national champion of all science, one of the major ASCC events is a variety of competitions aimed at inspiring children and adults’ minds, passions and interests. “Kalemat for the Love of Kuwait” is a competition that gives people between the ages of 13 and 17 the opportunity to write a 250-300 word poem in Arabic or English expressing their love for Kuwait.