Russian people, taken in an hypothetical trip to Saudi Arabia to get acquainted to its cultural renaissance 2 Moscow

السبت 1439/1/17 هـ الموافق 2017/10/07 م واس
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In interviews with SPA, Aisha, a Russian woman who last visited Saudi Arabia in 2010, said the view is now quite different and fast developing. Seva, a female physician, was absolutely impressed of the plastic arts exhibition's high-level, wishing to visit the Kingdom soon. Nataya, a 74 year old female visitor, described the exhibition as summarizing the Kingdom in terms of history and Islam, wishing to see more about the Kingdom's future plans emanating from the Kingdom's vision 2030. For his part, Vladimir Mokarinka, a 66 year old, said the Kingdom as well as the state visit of the King receive high-profile interest by the Russian media, adding that the Kingdom has obtained the combination of economic force and Islamic stature. What is new is the cultural exhibition which highlighted the situation of arts in the Kingdom, he told SPA. Ms Yuvkenya, 77, was caught obsessed by a drawing portraying the tombs of the Madinah-based Prophet's mosque, expressing desire to know more about what she formerly think as just a desert country according to geography, but now, as she put it, the Kingdom is witnessing unprecedented boost during the era of King Salman bin Abdulaziz according to what she could see and hear, congratulating the Saudi people on this development.
The Saudi cultural week in Russia was co-opened by the Saudi minister of culture and information Dr. Awwad bin Saleh Al-Awwad and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Rosteslavovich and attended by a host of intellectuals, thinkers and media representatives from the two countries.
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