Saudi courts recover $3.4bn after enforcing foreign rulings

Special Criminal Court in Riyadh. (SPA)
Updated 24 May 2018
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Saudi courts recover $3.4bn after enforcing foreign rulings

  • The most recent one came from a court in Virginia, forcing a Saudi tourism company to pay $3,758,000 (SR14 million) to a US company

JEDDAH: Saudi enforcement courts have recovered more than $3.4 billion after imposing a number of foreign rulings. 

The rulings came from foreign arbitration committees and courts concerning individuals, companies and entities inside the Kingdom.

The most recent one came from a court in Virginia, forcing a Saudi tourism company to pay $3,758,000 (SR14 million) to a US company.

“We have received more than 400 applications from a number of applicants who are following up on foreign rulings implementation. The enforcement courts are working hard to process them and enforce the rulings, whether they are concerning individuals, investors, companies or other institutions,” the ministry said.


Saudi foreign minister pledges ‘comprehensive investigation’ of Khashoggi killing

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Saudi foreign minister pledges ‘comprehensive investigation’ of Khashoggi killing

  • Jubeir said all those responsible for the journalist’s death would be detained

JAKARTA: Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said on Tuesday the kingdom was committed to a “comprehensive investigation” of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey.
Saudi Arabia had sent a team to Turkey and all those responsible for the journalist’s death would be detained, the minister told a news conference in Indonesia.