KSA,UAE sign cooperation agreement to promote tourism,national heritage
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates has signed an agreement for cooperation in the field of tourism and national heritage.
The agreement was signed on the sidelines of the first meeting of the Saudi-Emirati Coordination Council, held in Jeddah on Wednesday.
The agreement was signed by Mohammed Altuwejri, Minister of Economy and Planning, on behalf of the Saudi Commission of Tourism and National Heritage (SCTNH) headed by Prince Sultan bin Salman and by the UAE Economy Minister Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoorion.
Prince Sultan bin Salman , Chairman of the Saudi Commission of Tourism and National Heritage, chaired the team of the Commission participating in the meetings of "Khloa Al Azm" of the Saudi-Emirati Coordination Council, held in Abu Dhabi last year.
The meeting agreed on a range of initiatives, programs and activities to be carried out between the two countries in the fields of tourism and heritage, and prepared in the light of the meeting the draft agreement on cooperation in the field of tourism and heritage between the two countries.
The agreement comes within the framework of the historical, social and cultural ties between the two brotherly countries, and their keenness to consolidate fraternal relations between them and strengthen the existing relations in various fields to achieve the aspirations of the two leaderships and peoples and achieve common objectives between the two brotherly countries.
The agreement aims at establishing and strengthening the partnership between the two parties in the field of tourism and national heritage, and expanding the cooperation and joint work to achieve a number of objectives such as the establishment of partnership and integration between the two parties to achieve their strategic goals.