• Forming a committee to monitor and respond to the demands of the private sector and to find effective mechanisms in addressing them



    Respected/ subscribers of the Chamber


    Asharqia Chamber presents its best greetings to you, and would like to inform you of receiving a letter from the Council of Saudi Chambers No. 1772 dated 23/6/1439. It referred to the role of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, in considering the demands of the private sector and its role as an active partner in the national development in accordance with the vision of the Kingdom of 2030. As a result of the meeting between His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Deputy Prime Minister, with a number of businessmen to hear the aspirations of the private sector and the challenges it faces, he requested (under the Royal Decree No. 25107 dated 25/5/1439) to form a committee in order to collect and pay private sector claims and find effective mechanisms to deal with them.

    Accordingly, the Ministry of Finance reopened an electronic portal to process claims through a credit platform (https://payclaims.mof.gov.sa). The Commission called upon all to file their claims and update their data as soon as possible.

    Those who have financial claims with government agencies should submit their applications quickly and attach their documents through the above link and would be guided by the procedures for entering the portal.


    Interested entities can obtain more information about the claims inventory platform through communicating via the unified call center number of the Ministry of Finance 920002299 or e-mail ecare@etimad.sa.


    For more information and steps to record claims, please visit www.chamber.org.sa​

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