Dubai’s deputy ruler visits Saudi pavilion at GITEX

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The Saudi pavilion exhibited smart technologies and solutions at the GITEX Technology Week 2019. (SPA)
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The Saudi pavilion exhibited smart technologies and solutions at the GITEX Technology Week 2019. (SPA)
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The Saudi pavilion exhibited smart technologies and solutions at the GITEX Technology Week 2019. (SPA)
Updated 11 October 2019

Dubai’s deputy ruler visits Saudi pavilion at GITEX

  • More than 32 Saudi information and communication technology companies showcased their products

DUBAI: The deputy ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, visited on Thursday the Saudi Ministry of Interior’s pavilion at GITEX Technology Week 2019.

He was received by the ministry’s undersecretary for security abilities, Maj. Gen. Fahd bin Ibrahim Al-Zarah.

Al-Zarah accompanied Al-Maktoum on a tour of the pavilion during which he was briefed on smart technologies and solutions that improve services provided by security sectors in the Kingdom.

This year, more than 32 Saudi information and communication technology companies showcased their products.

According to a statement from the Saudi Exports Development Authority, the companies’ participation is intended to “enhance their access to regional and international markets through the world’s third-largest technology event and the biggest in the MENA region.”

GITEX Technology Week 2019 focused on exploring and showcasing new insights and innovative ideas in the fields of e-commerce, artificial intelligence, 5G technology, cloud computing, hardware and software.

 


Houthi missile injures three women in Saudi Arabia

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Houthi missile injures three women in Saudi Arabia

  • Three women have suffered minor injuries after a house was damaged by the projectile

RIYADH: Three women were wounded by a Houthi attack towards a town in the Saudi border region of Jazan, the Saudi Press Agency reported Tuesday. 
Spokesman for the Civil Defense in Jazan, Mohammed Al-Ghamdi, said the center received a report claiming that military missile was launched towards a town located near the border in Jazan.
Three women have suffered minor injuries and one house was damaged due to the missile. 
The women were transferred to a hospital and their health condition is stable.