Ensure pilgrims to get best services, King Salman asserted

Cabinet reiterates Saudi support for Tunisia’s security and stability

King Salman instructed concerned authorities to step up their efforts to provide pilgrims with the best services. Besides, ensuring their comfort and their safety and security during the holy month of Ramadan.

King Salman gave the instruction on Tuesday as he chaired the weekly Cabinet meeting virtually.

King Salman expressed thanks and appreciation to regional and world leaders; as well as citizens and residents in the Kingdom for their good wishes on the advent of the holy month; praying to Allah to accept their good deeds and to put an end to the coronavirus pandemic.

Accelerating development

In a statement to Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Acting Minister of Media Majid Al-Qasabi also pointed out that the Cabinet reviewed the accelerating development and economic revival witnessed, in the Kingdom, at all levels, in accordance with the plans and programs of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, and other related initiatives, in the sector of renewable energy.

The Cabinet paid tribute to the announcement of the Crown Prince of new projects that represent crucial parts of the pioneering role the Kingdom is set to play with regard to common international issues. The projects will help the Kingdom become a global hub for conventional as well as renewable energy and their technologies within 10 years.

The Cabinet reviewed the developments of the coronavirus pandemic at the local and international levels, the latest statistics and indicators, citing the progress of the vaccination campaign. As part of the drive; more than six million doses offered through more than 587 centers in various regions of the Kingdom. It also reviewed the activities of monitoring, following-up, and continuous evaluation of the preventive measures.

The Cabinet reviewed a number of issues on the latest developments at the Arab, regional and international arenas; citing the efforts exerted to promote peace, stability and development in the region and the world.

The Cabinet got a brief on the issues on its agenda, including some co-studied by the Shoura Council.