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Kuwait Public Authority for Housing Welfare Visits Royal Commission
HE CEO Dr. Mosleh H. Al-Otaibi and a number of Royal Commission officials received on Sunday in Visitor Center premises the organization of Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW), an independent government establishment in Kuwait appointed to provide town and settlement and accommodation for Kuwaiti citizens led by Director General Subhi bin Yousef Al-Mulla, businessmen and some other government agencies in Kuwait to discuss, witness and learn from experiences of Royal Commission in strategically planned industrial and residential infrastructures in Jubail Industrial City. 
Ahmed M. Balawi, GM of Technical Affairs explained them various infrastructures currently developing in Jubail Industrial City, stressing the importance of a comprehensive master plan to cater for the needs of industrial and manufacturing plants, support industries and services and even residential areas to create an ideal environment for investment.  He further emphasized that projects in Jubail 1 are being implemented in parallel with the increasing demand of industrial investments in Jubail 2.
 
The delegation’s visit which lasted for three days included tours in the neighboring beaches and parks in the city in addition to a number of meetings held between Royal Commission Technical Affairs, Operation and Maintenance Sector, SABIC and frequent trips in some of the residential projects of the commission.
“Our visit transpires to take full advantage of the experiences and expertise of Royal Commission for the establishment of our number of projects in Kuwait, as we firmly believe that we would benefit from the commission’s expertise in facilitating transactions and procedures through a better system application, said Al-Mulla.
Head of Follow-Up Section under the Minister of State for Municipal Affairs and Deputy Minister Assistant Engineer Abdul Karim bin Mohammed Al-Zaid said the delegation's visit to Royal Commission will also target the discussion of work codes, specifications and requirements in construction , in addition to acquiring knowledge on the process of city building, how it was done and the mechanism and implementing procedures needed.
Exchange of gifts and country’s commemorative items between two parties has concluded the delegation’s visit.