Saudi Vision 2030 continues to introduce measures for targeted economic change through the introduction of new initiatives, policies, and transformation programs.
The current year saw a realistic movement on the ground for the Kingdom’s vision ventures, as the design stage was completed, five years after Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman unveiled the “Saudi Vision 2030”.
Strategies have been developed, technical details, design visions, and implementation started, especially the pillars of the vision.
The megaprojects are expected to constitute a unique global model in sustainability, environmental protection, nature conservation, quality of life, and job generation.
The main project is a series of megaprojects that, when completed, will be a unique global model for sustainability, environmental preservation, biodiversity conservation, quality of life, and job creation.
Despite the repercussions of the Corona pandemic and its effects that dominate the global scene, Saudi Arabia continues to announce the executive programs for the announced projects.
Since the beginning of the year, the Crown Prince launched many projects, including the announcement of the cleanest and most intelligent city in the world NEOM, the launch of the islands of the “Red Sea” project.
Tourism projects in the “Al-Ula” region started, as well as the launch of the “Souda” project, in addition to the opening of the first “alternative energy” projects in Sakaka, the announcement of the “Riyadh strategy” and the strategy of the “Public Investment Fund” As well as launching a public-private partnership (partner).
At a time when projects and programs will generate more than 1.6 million jobs at their minimum levels, the recent movement proves the merit of the clear Saudi approach to complete the process of completing the vision project and achieving its goals without obstruction, whatever the circumstances.
The Kingdom’s Vision 2030 succeeded in creating large economic sectors that will cast a shadow over the country’s gross domestic product, foremost of which is the shift to tourism, as the system has been completed by preparing government and financing agencies specialized for the tourism sector.
It has also worked to integrate it with the major projects of the vision. One of the most important goals of the Kingdom’s vision is the quality of life and the raising of Saudis’ ownership of housing, as recent statistics reveal that hundreds of thousands of Saudi families have benefited from financing programs for homeownership.