$213.35 million transport projects launched in KSA’s Qassim region

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Qassim Gov. Prince Faisal bin Mishaal inaugurated transportation projects in the region in the presence of Transport Minister Nabeel Al-Amudi. (SPA)
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Qassim Gov. Prince Faisal bin Mishaal inaugurated transportation projects in the region in the presence of Transport Minister Nabeel Al-Amudi. (SPA)
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Qassim Gov. Prince Faisal bin Mishaal inaugurated transportation projects in the region in the presence of Transport Minister Nabeel Al-Amudi. (SPA)
Updated 12 May 2018
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$213.35 million transport projects launched in KSA’s Qassim region

  • The projects cover Buraidah city and connecting roads, and include eight bridges at more than SR800 million ($213.35 million)
  • Transport Minister Nabeel Al-Amudi says the ministry has undertaken 41 projects in Qassim at a cost of more than SR4 billion.

JEDDAH: Qassim Gov. Prince Faisal bin Mishaal inaugurated transportation projects in the region in the presence of Transport Minister Nabeel Al-Amudi.
The projects, costing more than SR800 million ($213.35 million), cover Buraidah city and connecting roads, and include eight bridges.
Prince Faisal congratulated the people of Qassim on the projects, thanked Al-Amudi for his interest in them, and praised the Transport Ministry for its efforts.
Al-Amudi said: “This day is a continuation of the support that King Salman’s government and his crown prince are providing to the regions in the Kingdom.”
The ministry has undertaken 41 projects in Qassim at a cost of more than SR4 billion, and “asks all governmental bodies in all regions of the Kingdom to cooperate” in order to complete them, Al-Amudi added.
He thanked Prince Faisal for his constant follow-up on the region’s projects. They and an accompanying delegation toured the projects, and were updated on unfinished ones amounting to more than SR570 million.


Al-Jubeir meets UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt

Updated 26 April 2019
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Al-Jubeir meets UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt

LONDON: Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir met the British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt at the British Foreign Office in London on Thursday.

The two sides held talks during which they reviewed bilateral relations between the two countries and regional and international developments.

The meeting was attended by the Kingdom’s Ambassador to Yemen Mohammed bin Saeed Al-Jaber.

Al-Jubeir also met with Minister of State for the Middle East Alistair Burt and a number of UK Parliament members at the Saudi Embassy in London.

Earlier, Hunt highlighted the strategic partnership between Britain and Saudi Arabia and said that it would help British efforts to end the war in Yemen. “The strategic relationship that the UK has with Saudi Arabia is what allows us to have a huge influence in bringing about peace in Yemen,” he said.