Role of Saudi private sector to achieve Vision 2030 reviewed

Saudi Arabia's Minister of Commerce and Investment Majid Al-Qassabi speaks during a press conference on the State Budget 2018 at the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) offices in Riyadh, on December 20, 2017. (AFP)
Updated 20 November 2018

Role of Saudi private sector to achieve Vision 2030 reviewed

  • The minister urged the province’s businessmen to submit their initiatives and vision for their sectors

JEDDAH: The minister of commerce and investment, Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qassabi, visited the ministry’s office in Tabuk on Tuesday.
The minister urged everyone to continue to perform their duties, increase their field inspection efforts, and facilitate procedures so as to provide all services required by traders and consumers.
After that, the minister met at the Tabuk Chamber of Commerce and Industry businessmen, businesswomen, and representatives of the province’s private sector.
He spoke about the private sectors’ important role in the Saudi development process and urged the province’s businessmen to submit their initiatives and vision for their sectors. He pointed out that the ministry is reviewing all initiatives and proposals submitted by the private sector to develop and improve all businesses.


KSA highlights support for Bosnia massacre victims

Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal Bin Farhan al Saud delivers a speech during the opening of the UN Human Rights Council's main annual session on February 24, 2020 in Geneva. (AFP)
Updated 13 July 2020

KSA highlights support for Bosnia massacre victims

  • The minister added that King Salman continued to support and stand by Bosnia and Herzegovina, further confirming the unique and friendly relations between the two countries

GENEVA: Saudi Arabia participated in the 25th anniversary memorial of the Srebrenica genocide that took place in July 1995.
Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah delivered the Kingdom’s speech via video conference.
He conveyed the greetings of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sefik Dzaferovic, and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, and dignitaries who were participating in the event.
The minister affirmed that Saudi Arabia stood side by side with its brothers, the families of the victims of the massacre.
He said: “Our participation on behalf of Saudi Arabia, its leaders, government, and people, is a humanitarian and moral obligation that the Saudi leadership stands by every year.”
The minister added that King Salman continued to support and stand by Bosnia and Herzegovina, further confirming the unique and friendly relations between the two countries.