Posted in: 28/09/2021 – 19:55
As part of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s new policy of openness, a $13 billion plan was launched on Tuesday to turn the Asir region on the Red Sea coast into a tourist center that will attract 10 million visitors by 2030.
The official Saudi Press Agency reported that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman launched a plan strategy With a value of 50 billion riyals ($13 billion) on Tuesday to develop the Asir region on the Red Sea coast into a tourist center that will attract ten million visitors by 2030.
It is noteworthy that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has launched a broad program of economic reforms in his country, the largest oil exporter in the world, entitled “Vision 2030”, to stop reliance on oil as a main source of revenue, which included listing a small percentage of the Aramco oil company on the stock exchange.
It also helped pass the historic decision to allow women to drive cars, attend sporting events and festivals, and obtain a passport without the consent of a “guardian.” He worked to reduce the influence of the religious police in the conservative kingdom, allowing concerts and reopening cinemas.