Thousands of jobs and 8 billion riyals … This is how Saudi Arabia is planning its space program

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Sultan bin Salman: An essential sector of the global economy touches our lives … we move forward

Saudi Arabia plans to increase 8 billion riyals ($ 2.1 billion) of its space program by 2030 as part of an economic diversification plan that aims to attract foreign investment and create thousands of jobs for Saudis.

The head of the Saudi Space Authority, Prince Sultan bin Salman, said in an interview with Reuters: “As we live in, space has become a basic sector in the global economy and touches every aspect of our life on Earth.” To reach trillions of riyals and “we are moving forward and Saudi Arabia is moving forward in this field.”

Prince Sultan, who headed the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Heritage for 18 years, added that the Kingdom is looking forward to becoming a global player in the space industry while enhancing the prospects for generations of Saudis.

He indicated that the Kingdom intends to sign agreements with international agencies in the United States, Russia, China, India and the UAE to enhance cooperation.
Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz

Thousands of jobs and 8 billion riyals … This is how Saudi Arabia plans its space program

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Saudi Arabia plans to increase 8 billion riyals ($ 2.1 billion) of its space program by 2030 as part of an economic diversification plan that aims to attract foreign investment and create thousands of jobs for Saudis.

The head of the Saudi Space Authority, Prince Sultan bin Salman, said in an interview with Reuters: “As we live in, space has become a basic sector in the global economy and touches every aspect of our life on Earth.” To reach trillions of riyals and “we are moving forward and Saudi Arabia is moving forward in this field.”

Prince Sultan, who headed the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Heritage for 18 years, added that the Kingdom is looking forward to becoming a global player in the space industry while enhancing the prospects for generations of Saudis.

He indicated that the Kingdom intends to sign agreements with international agencies in the United States, Russia, China, India and the UAE to enhance cooperation.

October 29, 2020 – Rabi` al-Awal 12, 1442

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Sultan bin Salman: An essential sector of the global economy touches our lives … we move forward

Saudi Arabia plans to increase 8 billion riyals ($ 2.1 billion) of its space program by 2030 as part of an economic diversification plan that aims to attract foreign investment and create thousands of jobs for Saudis.

The head of the Saudi Space Authority, Prince Sultan bin Salman, said in an interview with Reuters: “As we live in, space has become a basic sector in the global economy and touches every aspect of our life on Earth.” To reach trillions of riyals and “we are moving forward and Saudi Arabia is moving forward in this field.”

Prince Sultan, who headed the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Heritage for 18 years, added that the Kingdom is looking forward to becoming a global player in the space industry while enhancing the prospects for generations of Saudis.

He indicated that the Kingdom intends to sign agreements with international agencies in the United States, Russia, China, India and the UAE to enhance cooperation.

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