Indian Embassy had set up a three-member committee headed by Deputy Chief of Mission to examine all request for Indian Community Welfare Fund (ICWF). “We have opened ICWF Application boxes at the Embassy and also at the three passport offices to make the fund accessible to the Indians in distress”, Ambassador Sri Sibi George said in his second Weekly Open house meeting held at the Embassy auditorium.
This week Open house was to focus on ICW Fund. The embassy will upload the ICWF assistance form on Embassy website, Ambassador said. “Our endeavour is to get a decision on each of the requests on the same day itself”, Ambassador said.
Ambassador also informed that the appointment system is discontinued at the passport centres. He had also instructed that all applications are to be accepted on the same day. The timing of the passport centre also increased, he said.
Next week Open house will focus on the issue of Indian Engineers in Kuwait.
The embassy also launched a Thematic library inside the embassy. “Our endeavour is to covert this library into a digital platform for celebrating India in Kuwait every day”, he said