Heirs to the throne: Britain’s Prince Charles honors Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Saudi Crown Prince with Britain's Prince Charles and Prince William. (SPA)
Updated 08 March 2018
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Heirs to the throne: Britain’s Prince Charles honors Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was received by Britain’s heir to the throne Prince Charles on Wednesday evening.
The Prince of Wales held a dinner for the crown prince who had, earlier in the day, been welcomed by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace.
Prince Mohammed is on a three-day visit to Britain.
He met British Prime minister Theresa May at Downing Street, where Saudi Arabia and the UK set out an ambition to build 65 billion pounds ($90.29 billion) of trade and investment ties in coming years.


Guinness recognizes Saudi Arabia camel festival as largest in the world

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Guinness recognizes Saudi Arabia camel festival as largest in the world

  • The festival included 11,186 camels, the largest number of camels in a race, and almost 800 races held between Aug. 11 until Saturday
  • $14.3 million worth of prizes were handed out to participants from Saudi Arabia, other Gulf States and Arab countries

JEDDAH: The Crown Prince Camel Festival in Taif was named the largest in the world on Friday by Guinness World Records.
The festival included 11,186 camels, the largest number of camels in a race, and almost 800 races held between Aug. 11 until Saturday, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
Prince Fahd bin Jalawi bin Musaed, President of the Saudi Federation of Camels, received the certificate from Guinness representative Ahmad Jamal Aldin.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was scheduled to attend the closing of the festival on Saturday.
During the event, $14.3 million worth of prizes were handed out to participants from Saudi Arabia, other Gulf States and Arab countries.
“The success of the festival was a great leap forward for the sport in its home country, among its fans and admirers,” SPA reported.