Riyadh: Various sectors said that Saudi Arabia took center stage as Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attended the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China.
Local businessmen were of the opinion that the presence of the Kingdom at the G20 summit showed it has become an important country in the world.
Abdullah Al-Harbi, Eye of Riyadh chief executive officer, said to Arab News that Prince Mohammed’s attendance at the summit showed the openness of the Kingdom for collaboration in various fields.
“This openness led to meaningful parleys regarding present and future opportunities to expand cooperation between the Kingdom and China, as well as the rest of the world,” he said.
He added that the reality in the local market demanded that Saudi Arabia establish cooperation with various countries on economic, financial, scientific, technological, oil, and water sectors.
“These drive the wheel of the economy, attracting, in the process, investments from other countries, and increase the income of citizens and residents of the Kingdom,” he said.
He added that “we at the Eye of Riyadh are ready to support any agreement with other countries that ramps up economic reforms in the Kingdom and deepens ties with other countries.”
“The future belongs to them and we should secure the environment for them,” he said.