SR267 million to expand Ras Al-Khair Industrial City

Updated 04 July 2014
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SR267 million to expand Ras Al-Khair Industrial City

The Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) has signed three contracts worth over SR267 million to develop Ras Al-Khair Industrial City's infrastructure, port and marine business.
Prince Saud bin Abdullah bin Thunayan Al-Saud, chairman of the RCJY, signed the contracts this week.
The first contract was signed to develop the support services area in Ras Al-Khair industrial city.
The development includes provision of drinking water, pumping seawater for cooling, rainwater and flood drainage network, electricity distribution network, wire and wireless telecommunications distribution network, and traffic and street lighting control network.
The second contract was signed with Dar Al-Riyadh Engineering Consultants and Louis Berger Group to prepare designs, bids and special plans for engineering, procurement and construction contracts for the city.
The third contract was signed with Arab Supplies General Trading Company (Asco) for maintaining and operating the royal commission’s building.


UAE body lauds Saudi Arabia’s efforts at enhancing security

Updated 17 January 2019
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UAE body lauds Saudi Arabia’s efforts at enhancing security

  • “The Kingdom acts as a safety net for the Arab and Islamic worlds,” says Federal National Council chair

JEDDAH: A prominent member of the UAE Federal National Council (FNC) has praised the Kingdom’s efforts at enhancing security and development.

Amal Al-Qubaisi, FNC chairperson and speaker, met with members of the Saudi Shoura Council during a delegation visit to the UAE headed by Ahmed Al-Ghamdi, deputy chairman of the Saudi-Emirati Parliamentary Friendship Committee.

Al-Qubaisi reiterated that unity on various regional and international issues enhances security and stability.

“The Kingdom acts as a safety net for the Arab and Islamic worlds,” she said during a meeting at the FNC headquarters in Abu Dhabi. “King Salman is a father figure to both the Saudi and Emirati people.”

Al-Qubaisi said Saudi-Emirati strategic relations are reflected in coordination efforts between the Shoura Council and the FNC and commended the work of Shoura Council Chairman Abdullah Al-Asheikh.

Al-Ghamdi said strong fraternal relations between the two countries would strengthen regional unity and counter foreign actors attempting to sow the seeds of discord.

He also reiterated that the two nations share a common history, lineage and culture.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed ways that the council and FNC could enhance parliamentary relations.

The delegation also met with the Gulf Cooperation Council Parliamentary Friendship Group, which was headed by Mohammed Al-Ameri, chairman of the FNC Defense, Interior and Foreign Affairs Committee. FNC Secretary-General Ahmed Al-Dhaheri was also present at the meeting.

Delegation members also partially attended a regular FNC session, in which they got a glimpse into the council’s day-to-day operations.