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Saudi Cabinet reaffirms support for efforts to spread a culture of dialogue worldwide

The Saudi Cabinet renewed on Tuesday what the Kingdom affirmed during its participation in the 9th United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Global Forum which was held in the Moroccan city of Fez, regarding its firm support for efforts to spread a culture of dialogue and building bridges of communication between different cultures, and its interest in promoting harmony and coexistence among peoples.


This came during a Cabinet session chaired by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, in Riyadh, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), where King Salman briefed the Cabinet on the content of the message he sent to the Emir of Kuwait, and the message he received from the President of Azerbaijan.

Both messages relate to the relations between the Kingdom and the two countries and ways to support and enhance them in various fields.

The Saudi Minister of State, member of the Cabinet for Shura Council Affairs, and Acting Minister of Information Dr. Essam bin Saad bin Saeed said – in a statement – that the Cabinet reviewed all the meetings and talks that took place between officials in the Kingdom and their counterparts in some countries in the past days to raise mutual relations to broader horizons and enhance cooperation.

He explained that the Cabinet affirmed that the Kingdom’s election as Chairman of the Executive Council of the United Nations World Tourism Organization is a recognition of the organization’s influential role in international multilateral action, and the appreciation it enjoys at the global level in this field.

With regard to local affairs, the Saudi Cabinet asserted the Kingdom’s keenness to include development in all regions and cities of the Kingdom, including work to raise the quality of life, improve essential services and infrastructure, and increase its contribution to the domestic product through the development of economic and tourism activities.


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