The Saudi Cabinet has welcomed the leaders of the Arab League member states to the 32nd Arab Summit next Friday and said that “Saudi Arabia wants sustainable joint cooperation at all levels and the Summit to be successful in its goal.”
According to the official news agency SPA, the cabinet meeting was held on Tuesday in the Al Salam Palace of Jeddah under the chairmanship of King Salman bin Abdulaziz.
The cabinet reviewed the recent political situation around the world, including the Middle East, and expressed determination to continue the peace mission until the restoration of peace and stability in Sudan.
Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Salman Al-Dosari, told SPA after the meeting that the cabinet expressed its desire to breathe new life into relations with various countries. Expressed satisfaction over the results of meetings with officials of brotherly and friendly countries and regional and international organisations.
While reviewing the resolutions of the Islamic Development Bank held in Jeddah, the cabinet said that “Saudi Arabia is participating in the process of economic improvement and dealing with developmental challenges by taking regional and international initiatives.”
The Saudi cabinet has approved 19 decisions in the meeting.
The Cabinet also approved the implementation of a health insurance programme for domestic workers and workers with more than four employees.