Middle East Glass Expo not to be Held in March, 2006

Date: 27 January 2006
Source: KUBEC
Announcement from the organizers: Due to the unfortunate demise of the ruler of Kuwait and the unexpected political and social turmoil that has followed his death, we have now learned that the issuing of Visas especially to many of the neighbouring Arab countries, including Iraq and Iran has been temporarily suspended, which in turn will drastically affect visitor attendance and hurt MEG'5, in addition to that, the official mourning period of 40 days will severely limit our activity up until end of February.

Therefore, we at Kuwait British Exhibitions & Conferences regrettably announce the indefinite postponement of MEG'5.

Kuwait British Exhibitions & Conferences

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Date: 27 January 2006
Source: KUBEC

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