Kuwait bans celebrations and gatherings as it celebrates its 60th National Day today. Today, the country celebrates National Day by decorating buildings and streets. The death of former Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and the Kovid epidemic have been blamed for bringing the celebrations under control. Heavy security has been put in place in the country. Arrangements have been made to monitor violators of the rules and regulations. Kuwait gained independence from Britain on June 19, 1961. For three years since then, Kuwait has celebrated Independence Day on June 19. If National Day is celebrated as the anniversary of Britain’s independence. Liberation Day is celebrated as the day of liberation from the invasion of Iraq. Tomorrow marks the 30th anniversary of the liberation of Kuwait. However, in 1964, Independence Day was postponed to February 25. The inauguration of Emir Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salim Al-Sabah, the 11th Ruler of Kuwait, took place on February 25, 1950, which is why it was decided to celebrate that day as National Day. Leaders of the Gulf states have arrived in Kuwait to congratulate National Day. The country made progress with the discovery of oil in Kuwait. Today, Kuwait has become the most valuable currency in the world. Kuwait is the most important parliamentary country in the Gulf region.