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MENAFN - Arab Times - 10/04/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab Times) Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Al-Sabah said Tuesday the youth ministry has completed a study, conducted by specialist, regarding youth violence and has issued a number of recommendations. Sheikh Salman made his remarks to reporters on sidelines of attending and sponsoring the inauguration of the 4th forum for talents at Kuwait International Fair Grounds, adding the "phenomenon of violence exists in all countries.



However, the minister stressed all people must join hands to control their communities from some negative aspects that began to spread in the world. Sheikh Salman added that the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs supports and encourages all forms of talent, "because talent is the way to innovation and excellence." The minister praised participation of 890 young males and females in this event, hailing as well those who put their potential capabilities in arts to be presented to the public, stressing that this is what distinguishes the event, which brings together young people in one place to share their experiences and compete to display the best of their talents in public. The minister concluded by saying that the ministry welcomes all suggestions and youth projects to be published or produced with creativity throughout various form of fine arts and theater

 


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