The Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen concluded its participation on the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, which included organizing an exhibition at the General Assembly in New York, and attending workshops on sustainable development and its 17 objectives, in addition to the delegation’s activity to highlight the Kingdom’s development efforts in Yemen.
The Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen recorded hundreds of visits, which included diplomatic delegations and political figures.
Different international media covered the activities of the exhibition, which lasted over the past week, as well as the attendance of the delegation to a session entitled “Alternative ways to deliver sustainable development goals” organized on the margins of the 74th General Assembly of the UN in New York.
The program’s exhibition witnessed visits by a number of Arab and international foreign ministers, in addition to a number of officials and those interested in development affairs, who praised the presentation on the Kingdom’s projects in Yemen and its importance to inform the world about the Kingdom’s efforts to support the Yemeni people.
The exhibition was characterized by the remarkable appearance of Saudi women, through the participation of a number of program members in the meeting of delegations, which were present at the UN headquarter, provided explanations on the Saudi development projects being implemented in various Yemeni governorates, and attended workshops held on the sidelines of the work of the UN General Assembly.
The exhibition also received visitors from most nationalities, and highlighted the exhibition to more than 190 countries attended the meetings of the UN General Assembly of Saudi development and reconstruction projects in various Yemeni governorates, which brought life again to them and positively affected there.
Visitors to the development and reconstruction fair praised the Kingdom’s development projects in seven vital sectors in Yemen, namely: health sector, education sector, electricity and energy sector, agriculture and fisheries sector, water and dams’ sector, roads, ports and airports sector, and government buildings sector, its impact has reached all Yemenis in the various governorates of Yemen, and contributed to improving of daily life and stopping the deterioration of the Yemeni economy.