Saudi Arabia publishes a video of simultaneous raids in Riyadh, Mecca and Qassim against expatriates cheating on auto parts


Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – On Thursday, the Saudi Ministry of Commerce published a video clip of simultaneous raids in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, and the cities of Mecca and Qassim, in a campaign against fraud in auto parts.

This came in a tweet for Saudi Trade on its official Twitter page, with a comment in which it said: “In a simultaneous supervisory work in Riyadh, Makkah and Qassim … raiding warehouses run by illegal expatriates who cheat on auto spare parts and forge the country of origin.”

The trade added in its tweet, announcing that “more than 280,000 spare parts were seized, whose country of origin was forged, and warehouses were closed and violators were referred to the security authorities.”

In a separate context, Nasser Al-Qasabi, the Saudi Minister of Commerce, posted a tweet in which he said: “Today I met with car dealerships in the Kingdom… I thanked the agencies that achieved consumer satisfaction and informed the agencies that did not achieve consumer satisfaction that they must work immediately to improve their services, and we will follow their performance around the clock according to Performance indicators, and we will motivate the distinguished and will not tolerate the negligent.. Consumer satisfaction is the ministry’s satisfaction.”


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