The Saudi government underscored on Tuesday its solidarity with Turkey and Syria in wake of the devastating earthquake that struck them on Monday.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz chaired the cabinet meeting that was held in Riyadh.
The ministers reviewed the latest regional and international developments.
The cabinet underlined the unique ties that bind Saudi Arabia and Iraq. It stressed the Kingdom’s support to the Iraqi government’s efforts aimed at achieving sustainable development and prosperity for its country and people.
The ministers reviewed a number of reports on the regional and international conferences that Saudi Arabia hosted over the past week. The conferences were aimed at remaining abreast global developments and contributing in finding solutions to its challenges and investing in its opportunities, with the aim of bolstering the Kingdom’s pioneering and pivotal role in the world.
The cabinet highlighted the Kingdom’s election as chair of the Executive Council of the Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO), a post it will hold until 2030.
The move underscores the Kingdom's pioneering role in the field of technology and digital economy and its efforts during its presidency of the DCO in promoting joint action with member states towards building a promising digital future for all.