Prince Sultan Al-Saud announced great Investments in BiH

Bilateral relations between BiH and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia were very good, and they will be even better in the future period because there of large investments in BiH, as announced by Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Chairman of the General Committee of Saudi Arabia for Tourism and Cultural Heritage, who visited the Cultural Center “King Fahd” during his official visit to BiH.

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia considers BiH as the country with which we will always have a connection. The people of BiH is courageous and brave, and the Kingdom is very happy to see the coexistence between different confessions and peoples,” said Prince Sultan.

He added that during his visit to BiH, he met with Chairman of the Presidency of BiH, Bakir Izetbegovic, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH, Denis Zvizdic, Minister of Civil Affairs of BiH, Adil Osmanovic and Mayor of Sarajevo Abdulah Skaka.  They discussed the possibility for improvement of economic and cultural co-operation.

“We want to improve the economic and human connections between the two countries. We are happy to witness stability, coexistence and economic progress of BiH,” noted the Prince.

He noted that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is committed to investing in the strengthening of mutual coexistence in BiH and that we can expect “intensified cooperation” in the upcoming period.

“We had long and fruitful conversations with Prime Minister Zvizdic and we can expect investments on both state and private level,” stated the Prince.

Prince Sultan also noted that he believes that CC “King Fahd” plays an important role in BiH and that it should be opened to all peoples and religions, respect the cultural heritage of BiH, and give its contribution to a new culture.

During the visit to BiH, Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud walked through Bascarsija accompanied by Hani bin Abdullah Mominah, the Ambassador of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to BiH, Chairman of BH Presidency Izetbegovic, Prime Minister Zvizdic and Mayor Skaka.

(Source: fena)




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