Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques chairs cabinet s session

Tuesday 1437/9/9 - 2016/06/14
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Jeddah, Ramadan 08, 1437, June 13, 2016, SPA -- The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud chaired the Cabinet s session at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah on Monday.
In a statement to Saudi Press Agency following the session, Minister of State, Member of the Cabinet and Acting Minister of Culture and Information Dr. A asem bin Saad bin Saeed said that the cabinet reviewed a number of reports on the latest developments of events in the region and the world, commending the decision of the United Nations to delete the name of the coalition countries to defend the legitimacy in Yemen from the list annexed to the report of the Secretary General of the United Nations on children and military conflicts as the report was not based on accurate and reliable information about the coalition s efforts. The cabinet reiterated the keenness of the coalition on security, stability and safety of civilians including children.
The Cabinet condemned the terrorist incidents Beirut, Istanbul and Orlando, Florida, US, which led to killing and wounding a number of people, reiterating the Kingdom s renunciation of all forms of violence and at the same time reiterates its full support for all efforts to confront and prosecute perpetrators of these incidents. The cabinet reiterated the kingdom s rejection of terrorism and its standing by international efforts to combat terrorism in all its forms.
In local affairs, the minister said that the Cabinet continued being briefed on the system of services and plans prepared by various government agencies and public and private sectors to serve the worshippers of citizens, residents, visitors and Umrah performers in the Two Holy Mosques in this holy month to achieve the aspirations of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the Crown Prince and the Deputy Crown Prince and their keenness that these sectors translate their plans on the ground and in the spirit of one team.
00:14 LOCAL TIME 21:14 GMT