Qatari and Kuwaiti students jointly performed an operetta to mark Kuwait’s national days on Saturday evening. The Qataris’ participation reflects sincere feelings, love and deep-rooted with Kuwait during its national festivals.
The event, which was held at Abdulhussein Abdelredha’s theater, included 28 Qatari students and 60 Kuwaitis as well as some young people from the two countries. Speaking to KUNA on the sidelines of the operetta, Faisal Al-Tamimi, head of Qatar’s music affairs center, said the operetta is a gift from the Qatari people that embodies love towards the Kuwaitis. It concentrated on feelings of love between the two nations, and Kuwait’s history in different fields, he added, noting that it is the second operetta in a row.
Bader Al-Dowaish, Kuwait’s Assistant Secretary-General of National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters, said the festival confirms the depth of relations between the two countries and their nations. He expressed his delight at the Qatari Amir and people’s initiative to share Kuwait’s national day celebrations. The operetta is part of Qatar’s festival on Kuwait that is held at Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Heritage Village and Murouj area.