Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman seems to be getting his hands on just about anything and everything, proving just how much work is being put into the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
In case you were wondering what he has been up to in the last month, then keep on reading..
1. MBS received the British Chancellor of the Exchequer
Two days ago, Crown Prince MBS met with British Chancellor of the Exchequer. They reviewed the two nations’ cooperations, specifically in the economic sector and how to develop these.
— هاشتاق السعودية (@HashKSA) July 9, 2018
2. He met with the US envoy to the coalition
In July 5, the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with the US envoy to the coalition against ISIS. According to Okaz, the two discussed the recent events taking place in the region.
They also reviewed efforts in securing the strength and stability of the Middle East.
Prince #MohammedBinSalman Meets with #US envoy to the coalition #against #ISIS #KSA #Saudi #SaudiArabia #News #Okaz #Daesh #Security #Stability #mohammedbinsalman #UnitedStates @okaz_english https://t.co/UbOVGhxj86 pic.twitter.com/yLHsB9FW13
— عكاظ – English (@okaz_english) July 5, 2018
3. Klaus Kleinfeld of Siemends and Alcoa was appointed MBS’ adviser on Tuesday
On July 3rd, the former CEO of industrial conglomerate Siemens and aluminum producer Alcoa, Klaus Keinfeld was appointed MBS’ adviser. This means he leaves his position as chief executive of NEOM, but will remain a part of its board.
In a report by Gulf News, it was stated that Kleinfeld will be responsible in ensuring the enhancement of Saudi’s economic, technological and financial development.
— Gulf Daily News (@GDNonline) July 3, 2018
4. Women started driving on June 24, giving Saudis more hope to the reformer’s prospective plans
“Crown Prince #MohammedBinSalman gave #Saudi citizens a sense of purpose to become a part of @SaudiVision2030“.#Watch as SAPRAC’s Executive Director and Vice President @ReemDaffa tells @cgtnamerica‘s @JT4CGTN how #SaudiArabia is undergoing historic economic and social reforms. pic.twitter.com/OCiNXFX6Vh
— SAPRAC (@SapracOrg) June 23, 2018
5. He went to Moscow to show support for the World Cup’s opening game
In mid-June, the opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia was a much-anticipated one. Our Crown Prince showed some support while sitting beside Putin himself.
As noted @oliviabvoz and @ModernWallSt, the ultimate of chessboards and a show of solidarity with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, at the opening match of #WorldCup today. pic.twitter.com/Rsvu24KM5v
— john davies (@renegadestyle) June 14, 2018