Riyadh "Riyadh Daily"
Royal Visits Development

The auspicious visits of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to a number of regions, which he began by visiting the two regions of Qassim and Ha'il, reflect the strongest sense of cohesion and harmony between the leadership and the people. 

Scenes and celebrations witnessed by everyone reflect pure images of the mutual meaningful love between the Saudi leadership and people, and loyalty of the citizens to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his Crown Prince, and their keenness to fulfill the needs and requirements of the citizen. 

These visits renew allegiance and strengthen affiliation to this country, and emphasize the leadership's keenness to carry out projects that achieve the welfare and happiness of the citizen, as part of the Kingdom's Vision 2030.

These visits also hold an economic and developmental dimension through the launching and declaration of hundreds of development projects that benefit the nation and the citizens who feel proud of the civilizational achievements in each region, and this diversity and comprehensiveness covering all sectors. 

For example, the visit paid by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to Qassim included the inauguration and laying the foundation stone for more than 600 projects in the region, including development, education, housing, roads, environment, water, electric aspects and public services as well as governmental economic projects at a total cost exceeding SR 16 billion. 

These projects reflect the leadership's interest in the region, and its keenness to provide the elements of comprehensive renaissance like all regions of the Kingdom and push them towards more prosperity and prosperity.

The visits have many implications on both developmental and social aspects, as well as the humanitarian aspect. The latter aspect is evident in the guidance of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques yesterday to release all disabled prisoners who are residents of Qassim and locked in for rights but not criminal cases. 

This humanitarian approach is deeply rooted since the era of the founding King Abdul Aziz and then the kings of this country, who all have shown their interest in closely touching the needs of citizens through inspection visits to all areas of the homeland.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques' visits to the regions bear another dimension that concerns the needs of citizens and their relationship with the officials. 

They are a strong motivation for the officials to follow up the projects approved for the citizen, as well as the process of achievement, and listen directly to any shortcomings or defects in the implementation process. 

Our leadership is fully keen to take care of its people and their interests and provide them with all their needs.

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