Executives of Red Sea, NEOM and Al-Gidya projects confirm that the three Saudi future projects would enhance the Kingdom's posture on the world touristic map

Wednesday 1439/7/11 - 2018/03/28
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New York, Rajab 11, 1439, March 11, 2018, SPA -- Chief executives of Saudi Arabia's newly-announced giant developmental projects of the Red Sea, Al-Gidya and NEOM have confirmed that the three projects would enhance the posture of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the world touristic map and achieve excellent results for the Saudi people.
In statements following the meeting of His Royal Highness the Crown Prince in New York today with more than 40 executives of a host of world conglomerates, the chief executive officer of the Red Sea project John Pagano said the project would enhance the posture of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the world touristic map.
He described the meeting as fruitful and beneficial in laying the foundations for the vision for the future of the project as well as the keenness of the project's administration to achieve benefit from the best consultations and ideas submitted on the table by sustainability experts, leaders of the sector and thinking pioneers around the world.
For his part, the OEC of Al-Gidya project Michael Renengers explained the keenness of the project's administration to achieve distinguished outcomes for the citizens.
The ideas and initiatives we have discussed have enlightened important parts of our plan and encouraged us to go ahead towards building the project, unique in the Kingdom, he said, adding that those projects would inspire the males and females of the Kingdom to enhance their contribution to the comprehensive development march.
The CEO of NEOM Claus Cleinfeld said the vision of the project is seeking to make it the best place in the world for living and working.
He said the meeting reviewed a number of debating points on sustainability and samples of new moving, advanced manufacturing ways in addition to the world's first management and operation system that depends 100% on renewable energy.
--SPA
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