Security of banks and customers under scrutiny

Updated 09 April 2013
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Security of banks and customers under scrutiny

The security of the city's banks, employees and customers was the focus of a workshop held jointly by the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and industry (JCCI) and the Jeddah police department on Sunday at the JCCI.
The two-day workshop entitled, “Together for a secure future,” was attended by the director general of Jeddah police Ali Mohammed Al-Ghamdi; Mazen Batterjee, vice president of the JCCI; Colonel Talal bin Ahmed Al-Syedlani from Jeddah police; Mohiuddin bin Yahya, assistant secretary general; and a number of finance experts and academics.
Batterjee said the security of the financial sector was the responsibility of all citizens and residents and was crucial for the country's economic development and stability. He said the JCCI was working closely with all government departments including the police.
The main aim was to prevent financial crimes, he added. It was important for the public and private sector to work together to ensure the safety and security of the industry, he said.
He said the JCCI was using workshops and training courses to enhance the technical skills of employees. Al-Ghamdi said it was important to educate customers about the need to institute proper safety precautions when doing their banking and other financial transactions.
He said security measures were important in a city as large and important as Jeddah. The city is the gateway to Makkah and a large economic hub, he added.
Al-Syedlani said all levels of relationships are covered by security measures, including those between banks and their customers and bank managers and the police.


Albania’s president congratulates Saudi Arabia on National Day

Albanian President Ilir Meta meets Saudi Ambassador Abdul Momin bin Mohammed Sharaf in Tirana on Friday. (SPA)
Updated 22 September 2018
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Albania’s president congratulates Saudi Arabia on National Day

  • Meta expressed heartfelt congratulations to the Kingdom’s leadership, government and people, praising its pioneering role in the service of Islamic and international causes
  • He said the National Day is a glorious and epic memory marking the struggle King Abdul Aziz

JEDDAH: The President of Albania Ilir Meta congratulated King Salman on the occasion of the 88th Saudi National Day. This came during the ceremony held by the Saudi Embassy in the Albanian capital of Tirana, in the presence of senior officials, heads of diplomatic missions and regional and international organizations in Albania.

Meta expressed heartfelt congratulations to the Kingdom’s leadership, government and people, praising its pioneering role in the service of Islamic and international causes.

Saudi Ambassador to Albania Abdul Momin bin Mohammed Sharaf also congratulated King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on this day. 

He said the National Day is a glorious and epic memory marking the struggle King Abdul Aziz and his men went through to build a modern state racing against time to present the best achievements and accomplishments. The accomplishments continued during the reign of his sons right up to the present day with the development and prosperity the Kingdom is witnessing under King Salman’s reign.

The ceremony featured documentaries about the unification of  the Kingdom and the construction phases, and there were publications about the history of the Kingdom and its efforts in serving the Two Holy Mosques and pilgrims.