Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah hailed on Saturday the Asian tour of Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince and Prime Minister.
Crown Prince Mohammed had attended the G20 summit in Indonesia and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Thailand and visited South Korea.
Prince Faisal said the tour reflects Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 that underscores cooperation with all friendly and fraternal countries with the aim of achieving goals and ambitions that bolster prosperity and growth in nations.
Crown Prince Mohammed’s participation at the G20 summit is an extension of Saudi Arabia’s pioneering role in helping unite international efforts to combat global challenges, he went on to say.
He highlighted the Kingdom’s 50-million-dollar support to the financial intermediation fund for health security, called the Pandemic Fund.
The FM underlined Crown Prince Mohammed’s remarks at the APEC summit during which he expressed the Kingdom’s keenness on bolstering cooperation and join work in service of international peace and security and prosperity of the peoples of the region.
Crown Prince Mohammed’s visit to Indonesia, South Korea and Thailand and his fruitful talks there express the keenness of Saudi Arabia and fraternal countries in bolstering bilateral cooperation in all fields and tackling challenges facing the world, stressed Prince Faisal.
Crown Prince Mohammed was keen during his tour on intensifying cooperation with all parties, offering effective initiatives and solutions to protect mankind and the planet from climate change, he added.