The Riyadh Marriott Press Center is going to be packed with hundreds of journalists from around the world to cover the Saudi-US summit.
A number of press conferences are set to be scheduled to provide information and answers to queries from the media.
The attendees include the Vice President of the Women’s Section at the General Authority for Sports, Princess Rima Bint Bander Bin Sultan, and Secretary General of the Muslim World League Sheikh Mohammed Al-Issa.
Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Dr. Khalid Al-Faleh, Minister of Finance Mohammed Al-Jadan, Minister of Trade and Investment Dr. Majid Al-Qasabi, will also be present.
Others present will be the head of King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabiah, the Chairman of the General Authority for Sports and Youth, Mohammed bin Abdul Malik bin Abdullah Al-Sheikh, and Deputy Minister of Economy and Planning Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri.
Deputy Chief of General Intelligence Ahmad bin Hassan Asiri, and the Saudi ambassador to Yemen Mohammed Al-Jaber, will also attend.
The media committee will announce the dates of these meetings soon.
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