Tourism will be the second income after oil .. And my job is a minister

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Noting that their strategy aims to reach 100 million tourists in 2030

Tourism Minister Ahmed Al-Khatib announced that tourism in Saudi Arabia will be the second income after oil, revealing in this regard that his ministry issued 500 thousand tourist visas before the Corona pandemic, indicating that their tourism strategy aims to reach 100 million tourists in 2030, and they were surprised by the great demand for tourist visas. .

And he indicated that his visits to cities in Saudi Arabia is one of his duties, describing his work as Minister of Tourism a “blessing”, considering that the Saudi summer season “# Breathe was successful.”

Al-Khatib said in an interview with Al-Arabiya on the shores of the island of “Sandala” in “Neom” I believe every day that the tourism file in our country after the completion of the projects that were announced as part of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 will be a very important file and will, God willing, achieve the second income after oil for the state “.

Al-Khatib said, “We aim to raise the contribution of the tourism sector to the GDP to 10% in 2030 AD, and we built the entire tourism system in Saudi Arabia during 2019.”

He added: We have a good infrastructure for the tourism sector, and the hotel and restaurant sector needs to be developed by pumping investments, explaining that “the National Tourism Council is working to solve the problems facing the sector.”

And the Minister of Tourism added: We have agreed with government agencies to provide land to investors, and the Tourism Development Fund will finance specific projects, stressing that the private sector is very important in the tourism sector and we are looking forward to its contribution.

Al-Khatib pointed out that choosing Saudi Arabia as a regional headquarters for the World Tourism Organization is a “historic decision,” and that the private sector has increased its appetite for investment in the tourism sector.

The Minister of Tourism pointed out that “there is a misconception about Saudi Arabia as a” desert “and a hot spot throughout the year, pointing out that” the Secretary of the World Tourism Organization was impressed by the tourism potentials that our country possesses. “



Minister of Tourism
Ahmad AL khateeb
Ministry of Tourism

Al-Khatib: Tourism will be the second income after oil … and my job is a minister for tourism.

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Tourism Minister Ahmed Al-Khatib announced that tourism in Saudi Arabia will be the second income after oil, revealing in this regard that his ministry issued 500 thousand tourist visas before the Corona pandemic, indicating that their tourism strategy aims to reach 100 million tourists in 2030, and they were surprised by the great demand for tourist visas. .

And he indicated that his visits to cities in Saudi Arabia is one of his duties, describing his work as Minister of Tourism a “blessing”, considering that the Saudi summer season “# Breathe was successful.”

Al-Khatib said in an interview with Al-Arabiya on the shores of the island of “Sandala” in “Neom” I believe every day that the tourism file in our country after the completion of the projects that were announced as part of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 will be a very important file and, God willing, it will achieve the second income after oil for the state. “.

Al-Khatib said, “We aim to raise the contribution of the tourism sector to the GDP to 10% in 2030 AD, and we built the entire tourism system in Saudi Arabia during 2019.”

He added: We have a good infrastructure for the tourism sector, and the hotel and restaurant sector needs to be developed by pumping investments, explaining that “the National Tourism Council is working to solve the problems facing the sector.”

And the Minister of Tourism added: We have agreed with government agencies to provide land to investors, and the Tourism Development Fund will finance specific projects, stressing that the private sector is very important in the tourism sector and we are looking forward to its contribution.

Al-Khatib pointed out that choosing Saudi Arabia as a regional headquarters for the World Tourism Organization is a “historic decision,” and that the private sector has increased its appetite for investment in the tourism sector.

The Minister of Tourism pointed out that “there is a misconception about Saudi Arabia as a” desert “and a hot spot throughout the year, pointing out that” the Secretary of the World Tourism Organization was impressed by the tourism assets that our country possesses. “

02 October 2020 – 15 Safar 1442

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Noting that their strategy aims to reach 100 million tourists in 2030

Tourism Minister Ahmed Al-Khatib announced that tourism in Saudi Arabia will be the second income after oil, revealing in this regard that his ministry issued 500 thousand tourist visas before the Corona pandemic, indicating that their tourism strategy aims to reach 100 million tourists in 2030, and they were surprised by the great demand for tourist visas. .

And he indicated that his visits to cities in Saudi Arabia is one of his duties, describing his work as Minister of Tourism a “blessing”, considering that the Saudi summer season “# Breathe was successful.”

Al-Khatib said in an interview with Al-Arabiya on the shores of “Sandala” island in “Neom” I believe every day that the tourism file in our country after the completion of the projects announced as part of the Kingdom’s 2030 vision will be a very important file and will, God willing, achieve the second income after oil for the state. “.

Al-Khatib said, “We aim to raise the contribution of the tourism sector to the GDP to 10% in 2030 AD, and we built the entire tourism system in Saudi Arabia during 2019.”

He added: We have a good infrastructure for the tourism sector, and the hotel and restaurant sector needs to be developed by pumping investments, explaining that “the National Tourism Council works to solve the problems facing the sector.”

And the Minister of Tourism added: We have agreed with government agencies to provide lands to investors, and the Tourism Development Fund will finance specific projects, stressing that the private sector is very important in the tourism sector and we look forward to its contribution.

Al-Khatib pointed out that choosing Saudi Arabia as a regional headquarters for the World Tourism Organization is a “historic decision,” and that the private sector has increased its appetite for investment in the tourism sector.

The Minister of Tourism pointed out that “there is a misconception about Saudi Arabia as a” desert “and a hot spot throughout the year, pointing out that” the Secretary of the World Tourism Organization was impressed by the tourism potentials that our country possesses. “





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