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Muhammad Al Ajlan: Russia's visit, Salman's imprint on the Kingdom's foreign relations

10 October 2017

Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Al Ajlan, Vice President of the Ajlan and Bros. Group, described the visit of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz - may Allah protect him - to Russia as a historic step and imprint that King Salman places in the Kingdom's policies and foreign relations, and that is the culmination of the great momentum witnessed by Saudi-Russian relations during the two years The last two.

Al Ajlan said in a press statement: The visit has major economic and political dimensions that will quickly be reflected not only in Saudi-Russian relations and investment towards building a strong partnership, but also in international politics and economy in general, given the international economic and political weight that the two countries constitute.

Al Ajlan pointed out that the visit comes in the context of "Vision 2030" through which the political and economic orientations are reformulated, and the Kingdom's position in the international system strengthened, pointing to the agenda and issues raised in the discussions and specialized representation from various sectors.

Al Ajlan stressed that the visit will have tremendous returns for the private sector in the two countries and that the visit will yield bilateral agreements in many areas, stressing that the visit strengthened areas of cooperation between the Kingdom and Russia in various sectors of industry, health, infrastructure, agriculture, tourism, technology, nuclear energy, and desalination Water, in addition to cooperation in the fields of oil and gas, indicating that the two countries are currently seeking to implement 25 joint economic projects that increase the positive cooperation between the two countries.

He added: The harvest of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques' visit to Russia will be investment projects that open up vast opportunities for young people, and support the state's direction to diversify resources, including finding commercial and investment opportunities with added value, and creating alliances by Saudi and Russian businessmen and women to build successful partnerships in the future, God willing.


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