The first visit of the Sultan of Oman, Sultan Haitham bin Tariq to Saudi Arabia shed more light on the promising city of Neom (northwest of Saudi Arabia).
It was the first time that the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, has received a guest in the Kingdom since the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, which reduced the number of political meetings.
The Dream City squares and roads were decorated with the flags of Saudi Arabia and Oman on the occasion of the visit.
The Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, also accompanied Sultan Haitham bin Tariq on a NEOM Center for Knowledge Enrichment tour, which presents the latest developments in the city and its sectors.
At the end of his visit, Sultan Haitham wrote a word in the VIP Visitors’ Register, praising the Kingdom’s efforts to establish the city of NEOM.
NEOM and other Saudi cities began to be linked to a series of significant events in the geography of Saudi politics in the context of a decision taken within the Saudi transformation project to activate all capabilities that were out of consideration for long periods. Those include tourist, investment and economic areas that are qualified to play a significant role in the country’s future and the region.
The city of Al-Ula has also been the focus of attention during the past three years. Artistic and recreational activities and seasons were launched between the mountains and sandy rocks, which later gained another political momentum at the beginning of the year.
The glass building Mirrors embraced a historic summit to revive the Gulf community, gather the word and unite the ranks in an important moment of confrontation with the region’s challenges.
Before that, the city of Dhahran, the main centre of the oil industry in eastern Saudi Arabia, received the delegations of the 29th Arab Summit on 15 April 2018.