The possibility of any success in Iraqi mediation    Flight from cities due to COVID-19 short-lived, says flagship UN-Habitat report    A visionary 'blue transformation' strategy to enhance underwater food systems    With 41% Increase in 5G Towers, CITC Announces Full ICT Readiness to Serve Pilgrims Ahead of 2022 Hajj Season    Agricultural Development Fund Receives Delegation from IFAD    Supreme Court: Tomorrow is 1st Day of Dhu Al-Hijjah    Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Receives Written Message from Emir of Qatar    Saudi, Chinese envoys discuss cooperation to reduce climate change    Saudis constitute 63.6% of 34 million population; 8.6% fall in number of expats by middle of 2021    Iraqi pilgrim arrives in Makkah, walking on foot for 11 months from Britain to perform Hajj    DGDA launches multi-course 'Program Your Passion' initiative    SR10,000 fine for bid to perform Hajj without permit    Five era-defining artworks commissioned for iconic new cultural destination 'Wadi AlFann'    Saudi Stock Exchange Main Index Ends Trading Higher at 11,727 Points    UN rights office in probe call after Morocco-Spain migrant deaths, Texas tragedy    ZATCA denies rumors on VAT exemption certificate    GDNC Foils Attempt to Smuggle over 3.5 Million Amphetamine Pills    Health Minister Launches "Holodoctor" Service for Pilgrims    Saudi Arabia's new companies' law highly flexible, embraces international best practices    Trump urged armed supporters to storm Capitol, aide testifies    Mawani Meets ISO Standards in Risk Management and Business Continuity Management    Over 312,000 Pilgrims Arrived in Madinah    HRH Crown Prince Congratulates President of Democratic Republic of Congo on Independence Day    Red Sea Fund Opens Its Third Cycle for Production Funding    Saudi Arabia Participates in UN Ocean Conference in Portugal    SFDA warns against herbal product 'Montalin Jamu' due to containing active medicinal ingredients    SFDA Warns Against Herbal Product "Montalin Jamu" Due to Containing Active Medicinal Ingredients    OIC Secretary General Meets Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan    Al-Hilal lifts MBS League title for 3rd time in a row, beating Al-Faisaly    Al-Ahli relegated for first time in history    Ithra expands 'iRead' competition to participants from all Arab countries    Saudi Arabia's women's badminton championship begins with participation of 60 players    NEOM, McLaren Racing announce strategic title partnership to drive innovation in electric motorsport    Morocco and Iraq to the finals of Arab Futsal in Dammam on Tuesday    Saudi US Joint Exhibition on Photography Concludes in Tabuk    Venice-based art exhibition sheds light on upcoming Saudi talents    Makkah Municipality offers animal sacrifices permitting service through Baladi platform    First Saudi-American Joint Exhibition of Photography held in Tabuk Region    FIFA Accredits Saudi Football Association Among Expert Federations in VAR Tech    Jeddah is Set to Host the Finals of World Boxing in August, Organizers Announce    Saudi National Olympic Team Crowned AFC U23 Asian Cup    Samrat Prithviraj: Why did a Bollywood film on a popular Hindu king fail?    Saudi Council of Senior Scholars slams Indian ruling party leader's remarks against Prophet    Drug charges dropped against Shah Rukh Khan's son    Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques addresses citizens and all Muslims on the occasion of the Holy month of Ramadan    Pilgrims Perform Dhuhr and Asr Prayers at Arafat Holy Site    Council of Senior Scholars: Muslim Brothers' Group Don't Represent Method of Islam, rather only Follows its Partisan Objectives, Violating our Graceful Religion    Eid Al-Adha Prayer Performed at the Grand Holy Mosque    

Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.

High-Level Saudi delegation to participate in the World Economic Forum 2022
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 22 - 05 - 2022

Saudi Arabia will participate in the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2022, in Davos, Switzerland, with a high-level delegation set to attend a number of meetings between May 22–26.
WEF is returning after a two-year absence because of the pandemic, and the theme for this year's event — which has been billed as the most significant in the event's history — is "History at a Turning Point: Government Policies and Business Strategies".
Minister of State and Member of the Cabinet of Ministers Dr. Ibrahim Bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf is heading the Kingdom's delegation, which includes Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal Bin Farhan Bin Abdullah, Minister of Investment Eng. Khalid Bin Abdulaziz Al Falih, Minister of Finance Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al-Jadaan, Minister of Communications and Information Technology Eng. Abdullah Bin Amer Al Swaha, Minister of Economy and Planning Faisal Bin Fadhil Al Ibrahim, and Assistant Minister of Tourism Princess Haifa Bint Muhammad Al Saud.
The Saudi delegation to WEF will engage in meaningful dialogues with the Kingdom's international partners in several public and private sessions to seek solutions to critical global challenges including climate change, the emerging economic crisis, disrupted logistics and supply chains, geopolitical tensions, global energy security and the ongoing fallout from the pandemic.
The delegation will highlight the Kingdom's continuous local and international efforts to respond to the eight main themes of this year's meetings at WEF, which cover climate and nature, fairer economies, tech and innovation, jobs and skills, better business, health and healthcare, global cooperation, society and equity.
Members from the Saudi delegation will also outline the Kingdom's achievements in responding to the global challenges presented by these themes. They will showcase the qualitative leap under way across Saudi's socioeconomic and business landscape as it forges ahead with its ambitious diversification efforts under Vision 2030.
The Kingdom's comprehensive social and economic empowerment plans — including doubling the representation of women in the labor market, accelerating the pace of job creation in new sectors — will also be discussed in detail during the delegation's meetings in Davos.
The Saudi delegation will also touch on the Kingdom's widely-lauded COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, the nation's burgeoning healthcare industry, with public health and safety becoming an increasingly important economic measure of progress.
Furthermore, the climate-action policies and environmental projects under way in the Kingdom and the Middle East, including the "The Middle East Green" initiative, will be explored by the delegation as they outline the Kingdom's commitment to prioritizing sustainability at all levels.
The delegation will also present the Kingdom's long-term vision for the future and its strategic goal of developing a robust pipeline of talent while attracting foreign talents to accelerate the adoption of smart solutions, advanced technologies and Fourth Industrial Revolution applications.
The Saudi delegation will also outline its view on the security of resources and commodities, as well as its pivotal role in ensuring the security and stability of energy markets. It would also highlight its long-term investments into innovative, clean and renewable energy sources to diversify the local and global energy mix.
This year's World Economic Forum is expected to attract more than 2,500 high-level leaders. They include state leaders, business leaders, investors, policy- and decision-makers.
The sessions being held at WEF this year have been designed to coincide with the fast-evolving geopolitical and economic disruptions which have imposed serious challenges on global growth and prosperity. The Forum seeks to promote joint international action to build a common ground to overcoming the current circumstances.
In July 2021, the Kingdom witnessed the inauguration of the Fourth Industrial Revolution Center in Riyadh, which is the fifth in the world, within the framework of strengthening partnership with the World Economic Forum.
The center aims to enhance flexible governance and regulatory frameworks used to harness new technologies for the benefit of the government and the business sector and benefit from the system of centers affiliated with the World Economic Forum worldwide.
The World Economic Forum is an independent international non-profit organization that aims to develop the world by encouraging business, policies, and scientific aspects.
The forum was founded by Professor Klaus Schwab in 1971 in Switzerland. with offices in a number of major global cities. The Forum's meetings are attended every year by a group of leaders, presidents and senior officials in countries and international companies. — SPA

Clic here to read the story from its source.