Kuwait Celebrates 63rd National Day Featured

Celebrations in Kuwait

Today is a special day in Kuwait as the country celebrates its 63rd National Day. The streets are filled with flags and there are military air shows in the sky. Musical bands are marching around, adding to the festive atmosphere.

Congratulations from Around the World

Countries from all over the world  are congratulating Prince Mishal on this important day. The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, has received telegrams of congratulations from heads of state and leaders of countries.

History of National Day

The first National Day celebrations in Kuwait took place on June 19, 1962. Since then, Kuwait has been celebrating its independence day on February 25 every year. The late Emir Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah played a significant role in Kuwait's independence.

Constitutional Development

Since 1962, Kuwait has been working on strengthening its political system. A draft constitution was ratified in November 1962, leading to the first legislative elections on January 23, 1963.

Progress and Achievements

Since gaining independence, Kuwait has made great strides in its development. The country has established strong relations with other nations and has played a key role in regional and international cooperation efforts.

Previous Celebrations

Over the years, National Day celebrations in Kuwait have evolved. In the 1970s and 1980s, celebrations took place along the Arabian Gulf Street with the participation of various institutions and school students. In 1985, "Flag Square" was prepared to hold National Day celebrations, featuring the tallest flagpole for the Kuwaiti flag.