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IN PICTURES: Saudi Crown Prince meets with major US university presidents

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At Harvard University in Boston, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Provost Alan Garber, chief academic officer of Harvard University, and the faculty members.

During the meeting, they reviewed aspects of cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Harvard University in a number of fields, especially in the areas of advanced research of entrepreneurship, systems engineering and development of education methods to cope with the new challenges.

The Crown Prince also held in Boston a meeting with the heads of the universities and major colleges and institutes, including, Provost Alan Garber, chief academic officer of Harvard University, President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology L. Rafael Reif, President of Boston University Robert A. Brown, President of Tufts University Anthony Monaco, President of Northeastern University Joseph E. Aoun and President of Babson College Kerry Healey.

During the meeting, they reviewed the areas of cooperation between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the educational institutions in Boston in the scientific and research aspects in order to deepen partnership with the US educational institutions in Boston through several initiatives in accordance with the Kingdom Vision 2030.

The meetings and visits were attended by Saudi Ambassador to the US Prince Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz and the Crown Prince's official accompanying delegation.