Arab Press

بالشعب و للشعب
Sunday, Mar 03, 2024

Opening Gulf summit, Crown Prince hints at new Saudi vision to bolster GCC states

Opening Gulf summit, Crown Prince hints at new Saudi vision to bolster GCC states

Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman reaffirmed on Friday Saudi Arabia’s intention to present a new vision to further boost the development of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states.
Inaugurating the 43rd GCC Summit at King Abdulaziz International Conference Center in Riyadh, he said close cooperation between the Gulf countries will lead to achieving the aspired goals, Al Arabiya reported.

“Given the significant developments in the past seven years... the Kingdom intends to present an updated vision that takes into consideration the geopolitical developments which influenced the region,” the Crown Prince said.

The vision will also be based on lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and will take into consideration the growing role of the GCC and the accelerated economic growth, he said.

Highlighting the significance of Gulf cooperation, the Crown Prince noted that the GCC’s adoption of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman’s vision on strengthening the GCC joint action in 2015 had contributed to enhancing the GCC’s strategic role both regionally and internationally.

GCC a reliable energy supplier for the world

The Crown Prince emphasized that Saudi Arabia has launched several initiatives to gain access to clean energy.

He stressed that the Gulf countries will remain a reliable and safe energy supplier for the world. “Saudi Arabia and other GCC states are aware of the importance of sustainable development,” he said while pointing to the continuation of work to confront climate change and the serious endeavor to solve and address its effects.

“The Kingdom has launched several initiatives in this field, such as the Saudi Green Initiative and the Middle East Green Initiative,” he pointed out.

The Crown Prince reiterated Saudi Arabia’s full support to reach a comprehensive solution to the Yemeni crisis. He said Iran must commit to international charters and the principles of good neighborliness and respect its nuclear commitments through cooperating with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman congratulated Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad on the occasion of the outstanding success in hosting the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Newsletter

Related Articles

Arab Press
0:00
0:00
Close
China Criticizes US for Vetoing UN Ceasefire Resolution in Gaza
Saudi Arabia ranks first in UN index for e-government services in MENA
Israel Records 20% Drop In GDP, War In Gaza Is The Reason
Saudi Arabia's FDI Inflows Grow with New International Standards
Venture Capitals Power Up Across MENA Region
PM Modi Announces Opening Of New CBSE Office In Dubai
January Funding for MENA Startups Totals $86.5 Million
Saudi Arabia accelerates digital economy growth through Nvidia partnership
Israel unveils tunnels underneath Gaza City headquarters of UN agency for Palestinian refugees
Israel deploys new military AI in Gaza war
Egypt threatens to suspend key peace treaty if Israel pushes into Gaza border town, officials say
Saudi Arabia Warns Of A "Humanitarian Catastrophe" If Israel Moves On Rafah
US University To Shut Qatar Campus Due To "Heightened Mideast Instability"
Facebook and Instagram Ban Iran's Supreme Leader
Defense Technology Showcase Held in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia’s non-oil exports rise 2.5% to $6bn in November 2023: GASTAT
Rolls-Royce Executive Encourages Saudi Women to Tap into Their Inner 'Superhero' for Success in Defense Industry
Saudi Arabia launches National Academy of Vehicles and Cars
Saudi Tourism Minister Reveals Plan for 250,000 New Hotel Rooms by 2030
SAR to more than double eastern network passenger capacity with new trains deal
Saudi Arabia Enhances National Defense with New Partnerships
Saudi Aramco Maintains Arab Light Crude Pricing to Asia for March
NEOM Establishes New York Office to Support Investors
Saudi Wealth Fund Draws in Over $25 Billion Worth of Investments in Three Years, Al-Rumayyan Reveals
The Saudi Kingdom's Ultimatum to Israel: A Win-Win Peace with Saudi Arabia and the Arab World, or a Lose-Lose Continued Occupation and Endless Conflict
Biden condemns anti-Arab hate after WSJ opinion piece calls Dearborn ‘jihad capital’
Turkey Releases Seven Hostages Captured by Pro-Gaza Gunman
Arab Parliament Commends Women's Contributions to Societal Development
British and Hungarian Foreign Ministers visited Lebanese leaders to stress the importance of enacting UN Resolution 1701
Yemen's Houthis Say They Targeted British Merchant Vessel In Red Sea
Donald Trump Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for 'Historic' Middle East Policy
US lawmakers approve F-16 jet sale to Turkey following NATO expansion support
Saudi Arabia Climbs 25 Places in World Bank's National Statistics Indicator
Tourism Growth in Saudi Arabia Fuels Advancements in the Hospitality Industry," Says Rotana Official
Houthi Rebels Request Departure of UN Staff from Yemen, Including US and UK Personnel, within a Month
Modi Inaugurates Hindu Temple on Site of Demolished Mosque in India
Over 25,000 Deaths in Gaza Amid Israeli Offensive
Escalating Clashes in Gaza as Israel Distributes Leaflets to Assist in Locating Hostages
Turkey's First Astronaut Set to Launch for International Space Station Today
Head of Palestinian Investment Fund Warns More People May Die of Hunger Than War in Gaza
Palestinian Envoy Criticizes UK for Alleged 'Double Standards' in Policies Toward Israel
Morocco to Lead UN Human Rights Council in 2024
Is artificial intelligence the solution to cyber security threats?
Egypt has been identified as the leading military force among Arab nations and ranks 15th globally
The AI Revolution in the Workforce: CEOs at Davos Predict Major Job Cuts in 2024
Iranian Nobel Laureate Narges Mohammadi Receives Additional Prison Sentence
"Gazans Urge Israeli Forces to Target Hamas in Leaked Audio"
Biden States US and UK Airstrikes on Houthis Were a 'Defensive Action
Large Pro-Palestine Rally in London as Gaza Conflict Hits Day 100
South Africa Urges World Court to Halt Israeli Actions in Gaza
×