Amb. Al-Mutairi opens Kuwaiti-funded clinics in W. Sarajevo

Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Nasser Al-Mutairi open the complex of clinics built by Kuwaiti investors
Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Nasser Al-Mutairi open the complex of clinics built by Kuwaiti investors

KUWAIT, June 3 (KUNA) — Kuwait’s ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Nasser Al-Mutairi and the top official of Sarajevo’s Ilidza neighborhood, have opened a complex of clinics built by Kuwaiti investors.
The medical facility is the second project by Kuwaiti investors in the Bosnian capital, the Kuwaiti embassy said in a statement to KUNA.
It is designed to receive 2,500-3,000 patients monthly, and is provided with the latest medical equipment, it added.
The statement quoted Al-Mutairi as saying during the opening ceremony that the complex is part of the Kuwaiti-Bosnian ties that cover various fields, politics, economy, trade and medicine.
The envoy reiterated keenness on bolstering bilateral relations.
According to Al-Mutairi, the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) and Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) have financed various projects in the Republic. (end) maa.msa