SAUDI ARABIA

Al-Falih in France seeking to enhance economic cooperation

September 23, 2021
Al-Falih met with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday.
Al-Falih met with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday.

PARIS — Saudi Minister of Investment Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al-Falih is paying an official visit to France on Thursday, in order to enhance investment and economic cooperation in many fields.

He is accompanied by a high-level Saudi delegation from a number of government agencies, national companies and representatives of the private sector.

During the visit, Al-Falih will meet with French government officials and heads of major French companies in various sectors, including industry, energy, water, education, health care, transportation, logistics, mining, minerals, tourism and hospitality.

The visit aims to further enhance the investment relations between the two countries by making full use of the unprecedented opportunities offered by the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, in addition to introducing French officials and executive leaders to the achievements made under the umbrella of the Saudi Vision, through legislative reforms and vision programs, as well as Intensive support from the Kingdom's leadership and government to enhance the investment environment and system in the Kingdom.

Al-Falih explained that this visit comes to strengthen bilateral investment relations between the two friendly countries, stressing that the Kingdom's economy has become open to national and foreign investments, at an unprecedented pace and size, which provides profitable investment opportunities in a variety of sectors. — SPA


September 23, 2021
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