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Saudi Arabia participates in World Economic Forum 2023

A high-level Saudi delegation to represent the Kingdom, headed by Prince Faisal bin Farhan, Minister of Foreign Affairs, is participating in the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2023, in the Swiss city of Davos. 


This aims to strengthen international cooperation and find more common solutions to face geopolitical, economic, developmental, and social challenges. 


  This year’s Forum meeting will be held from January 16 to 20, under the theme “Cooperation in an Interconnected World”. 


The delegation includes Princess Reema bint Bandar, the Kingdom’s ambassador to the USA, and the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, and Climate Affairs Envoy Adel Al-Jubeir. 


Also among the attendees will be the Minister of Investment, Eng. Khaled Al-Falih, the Minister of Finance, Muhammad Al-Jadaan, the Minister of Communications, Abdullah Al-Sawaha, and a number of ministers and officials. 


During its participation in the forum this year, the Saudi delegation will shed light on the progress made within the Saudi Vision 2030. 


It will discuss the process of transformation and development aimed at achieving a prosperous and diversified economy that is open to opportunities for joint cooperation with the world. 


The Saudi delegation will discuss, in its participation during the dialogue sessions, the need to invest in transformative solutions to advance sustainable development around the world 


The Kingdom is considered one of the fastest-growing global economies within the Group of Twenty in 2022, with forecasts for GDP growth of 8.5%. 


  The Saudi delegation will share its experiences with the international community during the forum on overcoming the challenges posed by the pandemic. 


The delegation will provide deep insights into the best solutions and practices developed by the Kingdom to maintain its solid performance in facing global economic and social challenges. 

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