Prince Mohammed to explain Vision 2030 to G20 leaders

Chinese sources stressed the importance of Saudi participation in the G20 Summit because of its influential political and economic role. (SPA)

Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman will explain Saudi Vision 2030 at the G20 Summit at the Chinese city of Hangzhou here on Sunday.

Prince Mohammed arrived in China on Saturday after wrapping up his official visit to Japan.

At the G20 Summit, he will explain to world leaders the Saudi Vision post oil stage.

He will invite G20 leaders to open channels of partnership by investing in Saudi Arabia and enhance cooperation in the economic and commercial fields.

Chinese sources stressed the importance of Saudi participation in the G20 Summit because of its influential political and economic role.

They said in statements to Okaz/Saudi Gazette that Prince Mohammed’s leading the Saudi delegation will give an opportunity to G20 leaders to hear his strategic vision in the economic and political fields.

Chinese President Xi Jinping will inaugurate the summit of the world’s 20 most influential leaders on Sunday.

On the sidelines of the summit, Prince Mohammed will hold a series of important meetings with G20 leaders, most prominent of whom are Russian President Vladimir Putin, US President Barack Obama, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

The meetings will focus on the means to find solutions to Middle East issues, especially the Palestinian cause and the Syrian and Yemeni crises. The meetings will help boost partnerships with these countries.

Saudi Arabia is considered among top investment destinations and a reliable partner in overcoming global economic challenges.

In an interview with Bloomberg on Friday, Putin called Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed a “very reliable partner with whom you can reach agreements, and can be certain that those agreements will be honored.”

This article was first published by the Saudi Gazette on September 4, 2016.

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