Premier: Bahrain will remain committed to existence, tolerance

Manama, Jan. 31 (BNA): His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has lauded the kingdom’s outstanding deep-rooted model of co-existence and tolerance, stressing that such values will remain distinctive features of the Bahraini society thanks to the Bahraini people’s awareness and intellectual and cultural maturity.
While receiving a number of senior state officials, HRH Premier pointed out that Bahrain boasts numerous cultural and historical features that can attract tourism and consolidate the Bahraini people’s co-existence with the others.

HRH the Prime Minister stressed that during the current phase, the focus should be on ways to enhance the development process and strengthen its pillars in order to achieve sustainable resources and direct them in a way that ensures their capability to grow and withstand the current challenges.

HRH Premier highlighted the importance of communication among the Bahraini citizens, commitment to the one-family spirit and giving top priority to national interests, as the best means to face all kinds of challenges, consolidate the kingdom’s status, maintain national security and stability and bring about more development and prosperity for the Bahraini people.

Highlighting the efforts to boost the health sector in the kingdom through hosting high-profile conferences and upgrading the capabilities of the Bahraini competencies, HRH Premier underlined the kingdom’s interest in developing the sector through providing facilities tor establish private hospitals and health centres so as to broaden options for the citizens and promote Bahrain as a favourable destination for therapeutic tourism.


BNA 1340 GMT 2016/01/31

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