Al-Jubeir meets German envoys to GCC, Yemen

Al-Jubeir meets German envoys to GCC, Yemen
Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir join a photo session with diplomats in Riyadh on Sunday. (SPA)
Updated 25 November 2019

Al-Jubeir meets German envoys to GCC, Yemen

Al-Jubeir meets German envoys to GCC, Yemen

RIYADH: Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir met German ambassadors and consuls to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and Yemen, in Riyadh on Sunday.

The officials are currently in Saudi Arabia for their regular meeting, held this year in Riyadh.

Also on Sunday, Al-Jubeir met German Minister of State at the Federal Foreign Office Niels Annen. The meeting was attended by a number of senior Saudi and German officials. Ambassadors and consul generals in the GCC and Yemen also attended.

 

 

 

 


Cabinet reaffirms Saudi commitment to Yemen security, development

Updated 02 December 2020

Cabinet reaffirms Saudi commitment to Yemen security, development

Cabinet reaffirms Saudi commitment to Yemen security, development

NEOM: Saudi Arabia on Tuesday reaffirmed its keenness on achieving security and development for the people of Yemen.
The Cabinet urged moving forward to implement the Riyadh Agreement to promote peace and stability, through a a comprehensive political solution.
The Cabinet also addressed the recently announced Digital Cooperation Organization, which sees Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait and Pakistan participating in the initiative.
The agreement aims to strengthen cooperation across all innovation-driven areas and accelerate the growth of the digital economy.
The ministers also reviewed efforts to uproot corruption in the Kingdom, highlighting an agreement co-signed by the Oversight and Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime to carry out the Riyadh Initiative, aiming at consolidating international cooperation among law-enforcing agencies relating to fighting corruption.
At the session, which was chaired virtually by King Salman because of the pandemic, the Kingdom reiterated its denunciation of the terrorist attack that targeted civilians in Nigeria. The attack, near Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state, left over 40 people dead over the weekend.
The Cabinet reaffirmed the Kingdom’s stand along the side of Nigeria against such heinous acts which target lives of the innocents and destabilize security and stability, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Tuesday.
The government also authorized the interior minister to sign a MoU with the UK’s Home Office on cooperation in the field of civil defense and civil protection.
The Cabinet also authorized the Board of Directors of the Communications and Information Technology Commission to hold public auctions for the frequency spectrum for commercial purposes.
The ministers also approved the Juvenile Law and the Chambers of Commerce Law.