Saudi finance minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan to attend G-20 meeting in Argentina

Mohammed Al-Jadaan, Saudi Minister of Finance, gestures during a news conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in this file photo taken on May 11, 2017. (REUTERS)
Updated 19 March 2018

Saudi finance minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan to attend G-20 meeting in Argentina

RIYADH: Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Jadaan will participate in the first G-20 finance ministers’ session at the Central Bank Governors Meeting in Buenos Aires.
The event will kick off on Monday. The aim of the two-day event is to review recent global economic developments and strengthen cooperation between the G-20 countries to maintain and promote the global growth. “Our participation in this meeting demonstrates our commitment to cooperation and coordination among the G-20 countries to promote inclusive and sustainable global growth,” Al-Jadaan said.
The minister said: “As a member of G-20, Saudi Arabia takes its regional and international responsibilities very seriously especially given our nation’s pivotal role on the regional and global levels. Our participation in this meeting demonstrates our commitment to cooperation and coordination among G-20 countries to promote inclusive and sustainable global growth.”
He said: “The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss the subjects listed on the meeting’s agenda with our key partners around the globe, and also update them on Saudi Arabia’s experiences in the financial and economic reforms, as well as the overall development progress made by the Kingdom in different sectors.”


Saudi envoy receives Libyan ambassador to the UN

Updated 18 January 2020

Saudi envoy receives Libyan ambassador to the UN

NEW YORK: Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, Saudi Arabia’s permanent representative to the UN, held talks in New York with Taher El-Sonni, Libya’s UN ambassador and permanent representative. 

The two sides discussed issues of mutual concern and latest political developments in the region. 

Al-Mouallimi congratulated El-Sonni for his new apppointment and conveyed the Saudi leadership’s best wishes for prosperity, stability and progress to the Libyan people. 

Al-Mouallimi reiterated Saudi Arabia’s rejection of any foreign interference in the Libyan affairs, adding that Riyadh will continue to push all concerned parties to reach a political solution that guarantees the unity of Libya and saves
people’s lives.