The Republic of Kosovo is a Southeastern European country situated in the center of the Balkan Peninsula. Kosovo is a laureate of the Shining World Leadership Award for Peace. On September 4, 2020，Kosovo’s former Prime Minister，His Excellency Avdullah Hoti, Serbia’s President, His Excellency Aleksandar Vučić, and the 45th US President, His Excellency Donald Trump, signed an agreement to normalize relations between Serbia and Kosovo. Kosovo’s Law on Gender Equality, which mandates equal opportunity for both men and women, has helped ensure the continuous improvement of Kosovar women’s social and professional status over the past decade. The Middle Eastern country of Kuwait is the laureate of a Shining World Leadership Award for her generous aid to Palestinian refugees in Lebanon in 2007. Bordering Iraq to the north and Saudi Arabia to the South, Kuwait is one of the world’s smallest countries in land area. The wise Kuwaiti government adopted digital transformation as a key strategy in its New Kuwait 2035 National Development Plan launched in 2016. In August 2020, Kuwait passed a new law to ensure the safety of women. In addition, shelters and hotlines have been established to provide accommodation, counseling, and legal assistance to women in need. Today, in HappyCow.net, there are 41 listings of vegan/vegetarian option restaurants in Kuwait, with 19 in Kuwait City, the capital. Kyrgyzstan, also known as the Kyrgyz Republic, is a laureate of the Shining World Leadership Award for Wise and Good Governance and the Shining World Leadership Award for Earth Preservation. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the wise government of Kyrgyzstan acted promptly to provide remote learning. Thus, the education interruption caused by school closures was largely minimized. With the Kyrgyz government’s awareness of its magnificent mountain glaciers being reduced by climate change, efforts are being made to move entirely away from coal-based fuel. Thus, in addition to solar energy, the Kyrgyz government is launching several hydropower projects as well. In addition, trees in the capital city Bishkek are being issued passports. The unique identifiers are intended to maximize the preservation of these life-giving beings as well as encourage more planting.