The Minister of Economy and Planning for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Faisal F. Alibrahim, met with President Ranil Wickremesinghe on Monday (27) at the Presidential Secretariat. During the discussions, Minister Faisal F. Alibrahim emphasized Saudi Arabia’s keen interest in strengthening economic ties with Sri Lanka across various sectors, including apparels and tourism. He elucidated
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka is looking for Saudi investment to modernize its tourism and other sectors, top officials in Colombo have said following an official visit of Saudi Economy and Planning Minister Faisal Al-Ibrahim. Al-Ibrahim was in the Sri Lankan capital on Monday, where he met President Ranil Wickremesinghe and Foreign Minister Ali Sabry to discuss ways to strengthen economic ties.
Exclusive: Simon Stiell says leaders must ‘stop dawdling’ and act before crucial summit in DubaiWorld leaders must “stop dawdling and start doing” on carbon emission cuts, as rapidly rising temperatures this year have put everyone on the frontline of disaster, the UN’s top climate official has warned.No country could think itself immune from catastrophe, said Simon Stiell, who will oversee the crucial Cop28 climate summit that begins next week. Scores of world leaders will arrive in Dubai for...
As demand for electricity surges, the world will need to increase construction of nuclear power plants, according to head of UN nuclear body, Rafael Mariano Grossi.
UN atomic chief backs nuclear power at COP28 as world reckons with proliferation
Saudi Arabia will extend a cut in the amount of oil it sends to the world after a series of reductions by members of the OPEC+ alliance of major producing countries failed to prop up prices.
Riyadh bested Rome and Busan, winning 119 out of 165 votes, and will host the 2030 World Expo.
Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh has been chosen to host the 2030 World Expo following its bid focusing on how to shape a prosperous and sustainable future
International climate talks turned to a power game on Friday as dozens of world leaders took turns bemoaning the pain of an overheating planet.
The Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh won the right to host the Expo 2030 world fair, vote results showed on Tuesday, in another diplomatic victory for a Gulf country after last year's soccer World Cup in Qatar.
Saudi Arabia’s capital of Riyadh has won a tense bidding war for the right to host the 2030 World Expo, beating out rival bids from Rome and the South Korean port city of Busan.