Crown Prince attends Abu Dhabi GP with UAE leaders

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Crown Prince Mohammed met with leaders and dignitaries from a host of countries. (SPA)
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Crown Prince Mohammed met with leaders and dignitaries from a host of countries. (SPA)
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Crown Prince Mohammed met with leaders and dignitaries from a host of countries. (SPA)
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Crown Prince Mohammed met with leaders and dignitaries from a host of countries. (SPA)
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Crown Prince Mohammed met with leaders and dignitaries from a host of countries. (SPA)
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Crown Prince Mohammed met with leaders and dignitaries from a host of countries. (SPA)
Updated 02 December 2019

Crown Prince attends Abu Dhabi GP with UAE leaders

  • Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's deputy defense minister, and Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, the energy minister, also attended the event
  • The race took place at the end of an official visit to the UAE by the crown prince, during which a number of deals were struck

ABU DHABI: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman joined Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid to watch the last Formula One race in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.

The race took place at the end of an official visit to the UAE by the crown prince, during which a number of deals were struck.

At the grand prix, the last of the F1 season, Crown Prince Mohammed met with leaders and dignitaries from a host of countries.

Prince Khalid bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's deputy defense minister, and Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, the energy minister, also attended the event.

After leaving the UAE Sunday evening, the crown prince thanked Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the UAE's president.
"As I leave your brotherly country, I am pleased to express to Your Highness my utmost gratitude and appreciation for the warm reception and hospitality accorded to me and the accompanying delegation," Crown Prince Mohammed said in a cable.

He added that the visit "confirmed the deep historical and distinguished relations between our two brotherly countries."

 


Saudi Arabia registers 35 new coronavirus deaths

Updated 04 August 2020

Saudi Arabia registers 35 new coronavirus deaths

  • The Kingdom recorded 1,342 new infected COVID-19 cases

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia announced 35 more deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total number of deaths to 2,984.
The Ministry of Health also said that it has registered 1,342 new infected cases, now totalling 281,435 cases in the Kingdom.
The areas most affected were Jeddah with 97 new cases, followed by Makkah with 56 cases and then Madinah with 53 new infections.
The ministry also said that 1,635 patients have recovered from the coronavirus disease, bringing number of recovered cases to 243,688.
The Kingdom has just completed the annual Hajj season, under strict precautionary measures, and pilgrims who took part in this year’s pilgrimage must continue to wear electronic tags so authorities can track their 14-day quarantine once they return home.
So far, over 18 million people have been affected by the disease worldwide and it has killed almost 700,000 people.