The Chairman of the Asharqia Chamber: The Kingdom leads the world tomorrow for a better global economy
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Asharqia Chamber, Abdul-Hakim bin Hamad Al-Ammar Al-Khalidi, said that the Kingdom leads the world tomorrow for a better global economy and that it confirms its leadership and position on the global level by launching the activities of the G20 summit on the next Saturday and Sunday from its soil, indicating that the current summit is proceeding according to data Contrasting with the emergence of the Corona pandemic and its negative effects on the movement of the global economy, which confirms the size of the responsibility that falls on the Kingdom to chair this summit to address the effects of the Corona crisis on the one hand and to highlight all issues of concern to the global economy on the other hand.
Al-Khalidi pointed to the great importance of this summit, in addition to the global situation resulting from the pandemic, it focuses on a number of axes of great importance to the entire world, such as empowering people through preparing a decent life for them, and preserving the planet by strengthening collective efforts to protect it. As well as opening the way to adopting bold strategies linked to innovation and technical progress.
Al-Khalidi stressed the pivotal role that the Kingdom plays in achieving global balance, economically or politically, due to its firm weight and a high global position, pointing out that the Kingdom is now under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, and his trustworthy Crown Prince His Highness Royal Prince Mohammed bin Salman - may God protect them - constitutes an important figure in the international equation, and has become a destination for the world that inspires him with its pioneering experience in growth and development, expressing his pride and pride in the launch of the summit from the Kingdom, saying: We are all, as citizens and businessmen, proud of our country’s leadership of the G20 and its launch for the first time. From an Arab country, and we are fully confident in the ability of our governors to provide successful management of this year's summit, which has put on its agenda a number of issues that go beyond the local and regional frameworks.