Posted on : June 25, 2018, 12:37 pm
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The Indo-Arab Confederation Council is a Socio-Cultural Organization which has been working during the last 25 years towards strengthening the Indo-Arab relationship and also for the all around benefits of overseas Indians. IACC's headquarters located in Mumbai and it's Kuwait chapter's official inauguration was held on 20th June 2018 at Moven Pick Hotel, Free Trade Zone.The event was started with a warm welcome by the Program Convenor, Mrs.Shiny Frank.The inauguration was done by Mr.P.P.Narayan, First Secretary, Indian Embassy-Communities Welfare.Mr.Babu Francis, IACC's President and Member Loka Kerala Sabha-Govt. of Kerala delivered the Presidential address.Followed by an awesome felicitation by Mrs.Rehab M Boresli, Chairperson, The Society for Guardians of the Disabled, Mr.Khaled Al Ajmi, Chairman, Board of Directors of the Kuwait Society for Human Rights, Mr.Ahmad Jaffar, Director KTV 2, Dr.Musaed Saoud Al-Kraibani, Olympian & Chairman of Sulaibikat Sports Club, Mr.Mubarak Al Rashed Al Azmi, Kuwaiti Singer, Eng.Abdulhakim Almuaili, CEO, Estidama STCH-EPC, Mr.Shamsu Thamarakulam, Organizing Secretary, Advisory members Mr.Jacob Channampetta, Mr.Ayub Kacheri, Mr.Varghese Paul.Event was concluded with Vote of thanks by General Secretary, Mr.Jeeves Erinjeri to the dignitaries, Sponsors, Media Personals from Arabic, English and Regional language.
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