Saudi Arabia: Half a million riyals for the families of the...

          She renewed her rejection of the link between Islam and terrorism and her condemnation of insulting the Prophet Muhammad            

Saudi Arabia decided, today (Tuesday), to disburse an amount of five hundred thousand riyals to the families of the deceased due to the new Corona virus pandemic, working in the government or private health sector, whether civilian or military, and Saudi or non-Saudi, provided that this takes effect from the date of the first registration He was infected with the virus on 7/7/1441 AH.

This came during the cabinet session, through visual communication, headed by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, in which the Council renewed Saudi Arabia’s rejection of any attempt to link Islam and terrorism, its denunciation of the cartoons offensive to the Prophet Muhammad or any of the messengers, and its condemnation and rejection of every terrorist or act Practices and actions that generate hatred, violence and extremism, and the affirmation that intellectual freedom is a means of respect, tolerance and peace.

The Council appreciated what was included in the speech of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques at the conclusion of the “Women’s Communication Group 20”, confirming that the Group of Twenty, headed by Saudi Arabia, has demonstrated its ability to lead international efforts and joint work to combat the pandemic and serve humanity, and what he confirmed in his speech during the closing statement of the Business Group (B20 That many of the Business Group 20 priorities represent common axes with the current transformations in Saudi Arabia, through “Vision 2030”, and a general goal for the Kingdom’s presidency of the G20.

The Cabinet commended the Crown Prince’s speech at the opening of the World Summit on Industrial Intelligence, and the emphasis it contained on Saudi Arabia’s endeavor to become a meeting point for the president of the world, for the East and the West, embracing artificial intelligence and harnessing its capabilities and potentials for the good of all humanity, and its call for the advancement of present and future generations, and cooperation to build Knowledge economies, bridging the digital divide between the developed and developing world.

Majid Al-Qasabi, the Acting Minister of Information, explained that the Council touched on the Riyadh initiative launched during the meeting of anti-corruption ministers in the twenty countries, which aims to establish a global network of operations for law enforcement authorities concerned with combating corruption, and to strengthen the frameworks for communication and exchange of information and knowledge. He also reiterated what Saudi Arabia confirmed during the high-level meeting to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, that it was – and still is – a peace broker to end many international conflicts, side by side with the United Nations and its various bodies, and it continues its tangible efforts, led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, To pursue its march to achieve stability, growth and peace in the region and the world, confront terrorism, combat the pandemic and its effects, and respond to calls for humanitarian relief around the world.

The Council of Ministers followed up on the overall reports and developments of the Coronavirus pandemic at the local and international levels, and Saudi Arabia’s contributions regarding global research to reach a safe vaccine, and to ensure that it is secured as soon as its effectiveness is fully confirmed, stressing that citizens and residents must continue to adhere to the application of precautionary measures and preventive measures and not to be complacent. Under what a number of countries of the world are witnessing from a strong second wave of the virus.

He expressed Saudi Arabia’s aspiration for the signing of the permanent ceasefire agreement in Libya, under the auspices of the United Nations, to pave the way for the success of the understandings on the political and economic tracks, to contribute to the inauguration of a new era that achieves security, peace and stability for Libya and its people. The Council also referred to Saudi Arabia’s call for concerted international efforts to lay the necessary foundations to ensure its use for scientific and peaceful purposes, to confront the threat posed by space debris, and for states to implement their activities in outer space in a spirit of responsibility.

The Council strongly condemns Saudi Arabia’s strong condemnation of the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia continuing to launch drones (booby traps) to target civilian objects and civilians in the Kingdom in a deliberate and systematic manner, which is a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and its customary rules. He also expressed its strong condemnation of the terrorist bombing that targeted an educational center west of the Afghan capital, Kabul, stressing that Riyadh stands by Islamabad against all forms of violence, terrorism and extremism, and its rejection of these criminal acts.

The Council of Ministers authorized the Minister of Tourism to negotiate with the Hungarian side regarding a draft memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the field of tourism between the two countries, and the Secretary-General of the King Abdulaziz Administration in charge of signing a draft memorandum of cooperation between the administration and the National Archives Center in Indonesia. He also decided to abolish and organize the General Authority for Culture, and the Ministry of Culture – and the bodies established according to its decision on 6/10/1441 – assumed the tasks and functions that were assigned to the (canceled) authority. He also approved promotions to the fourteenth rank, and appointments to the post of “Minister Plenipotentiary”.

The Council reviewed a number of general topics on its agenda, including annual reports of the “canceled” Saudi Wildlife Authority, the General Organization for Social Insurance, and the Education and Training Evaluation Authority, and it took the necessary actions regarding them.

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