Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk snowfall revives tourism in region

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The northern region is a popular tourist destination. (SPA)
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Updated 11 January 2020

Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk snowfall revives tourism in region

  • Saudi Arabia's northern region is a popular tourist destination

TABUK: Tabuk’s northern region has been affected by a polar wave since Friday morning, with snow covering most of the wild and mountainous areas and Haql governate’s Jabal Al-Lawz, Al-Daher and Alqan mountains.
The northern region is a popular tourist destination, with visitors from around the Kingdom visiting to enjoy the beautiful areas covered in snow and share pictures on social media. Government bodies increased their presence on the roads due to heavy traffic. They have set up a comprehensive emergency plan in accordance with directives from the region’s governor.


Saudi crown prince meets German former foreign minister

Updated 26 February 2020

Saudi crown prince meets German former foreign minister

RIYADH: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman met Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s former foreign minister, in Riyadh on Tuesday. The two men discussed a number of matters of common interest.

Also present at the meeting were Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan, Minister of Commerce and Investment Dr. Majid Al-Qasabi, and Jorg Ranau, the German ambassador to the Kingdom.