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Saudi Shura Council to discuss development of non-oil revenues

Saudi Shura Council discusses the development of non-oil revenues

The Saudi Shura Council will resume holding its regular sessions from the second year of the eighth session – via video communication – during this week to discuss the topics on its agenda. One of the top issues on the council’s agenda is the non-oil revenues. 

Accordingly, the Saudi Shura Council will discuss the annual reports of the General Authority for State Real Estate for the fiscal years 2021–2022, which were both filed by the Financial and Economic Committee, and the Center for the Development of Non-Oil Revenues. 

The Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority’s annual report for the fiscal year 2021–2022 will be discussed by the Council during its next Tuesday forty-eighth regular session when it will review a report from the Transport, Communications and Information Technology Committee. 

It will also discuss the annual reports of the General Authority for State Real Estate for the fiscal years 2021–2022, which were both filed by the Financial and Economic Committee, and the Center for the Development of Non-Oil Revenues. 

The Saudi Shura Council will present to its members the report of the Trade and Investment Committee regarding the annual report of the Finance Guarantee Program for Small and Medium Enterprises (Kafala) for the fiscal year 2021-2022. 

The Council will vote in its forty-ninth regular session next Wednesday on the recommendations of the Education and Scientific Research Committee regarding the annual report of the Ministry of Education for the fiscal year 2021-2022. 

During the session, the Saudi Shura Council will discuss the report of the Islamic and Judicial Affairs Committee on the annual report of the Board of Grievances related to administrative and financial work for the fiscal year 2021-2022. 

The Council included in its agenda for discussion a report from the Foreign Affairs Committee regarding the annual report of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the fiscal year 2021-2022. 

The agenda of the Saudi Shura Council during its sessions this week included a number of memoranda of understanding, cooperation and agreements with a number of friendly and brotherly countries in a number of different fields. 

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