Tourism to play effective role in eliminating the unemployment in Saudi Arabia, says Crown Prince

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, announced on Tuesday that the kingdom is counting on the tourism field to eliminate the unemployment as the leadership target to break the record of 11% of the employment this year.

The Crow Prince added during a TV interview screened on Tuesday on the occasion of passing five years after announcing the Saudi Arabia’s 2030 vision, that the kingdom’s leadership are doing their best to reach the normal record of the unemployment of 7% to 4%.

“The tourism field will provide 3 million jobs until 2030,” the Crown Prince said.

The Saudi Crown Prince revealed also that the kingdom achieved more record during 2020 and they are doing their best to reach more targets despite the Coronavirus pandemic.

He also thanked The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for his support in achieving the target of the Kingdom’s 2030 vision and also thanked the Saudi government for passing the challenges in the previous time as well as gaining more experiences to reach the goals of the vision in all fields.

The Saudi Crown Prince revealed that the kingdom’s leadership and the government played an important role in reaching the goals of the 2030 vision as without those effort the kingdom couldn’t achieve anything.

Mohammed bin Salman also confirmed that the kingdom’s leadership are doing their best to save the nature as it will provide a positive effect on the tourism and the life in common.

“Vegetation in Saudi Arabia increased 40% in the previous four years as we launched initiatives in the fields of environment including the beaches and inside the cities so all these efforts will provide a positive effect on the tourism,” the Saudi crown Prince said.