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At the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, Saudi Arabia Wows International Delegates

Written by Juergen Steinmetz

More than 3, 000 UNESCO members and friends were welcomed to the first-rate services at the Mandarin Oriental Al Faisaliah in Riyadh by the State of Saudi Arabia and its supporting organisations as the event’s chosen number. Riyadh, which has a fresh and diverse population of almost 8 million, is home to the ninth-largest stock market in the world, and is regarded as the geographical center for international businesses. It is also becoming more and more popular as an event destination for significant, high-profile international events.
We are happy to welcome the 195 attendees from the member states where we have had the chance to share the beauty of Royal culture, kindness, and identity with the world, according to His Highness Prince Bader al Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan Al Saud, Chairman of the Saudi National Commission For Education, Culture and Science. We have welcomed members to discuss our funds, its top-notch amenities, and its history as guests. Additionally, we have reiterated the Kingdom’s dedication to creating and facilitating more global platforms for empty development, cooperation, and discourse between world leaders on pressing issues facing our planet.
It is very important that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is hosting for a common treatment, with so many participants, different voices, and powerful debates, said Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO, at the opening ceremony. It is further evidence that Saudi Arabia, which is at a crossroads in the world with its rich, multi-millennium past, has chosen to invest in society, history, and creativity.
Riyadh is prepared.
The tools available in the city are demonstrated by organizing for a significant event, incorporating global cooperation and intricate and complex planning. The following are a few of the main takeaways from the UNESCO function:
The largest column-free place in the Kingdom, the 4, 450m2 major seminar location has a capability for 4000 attendees.
Event areas include cutting-edge sound and projection technology, continuous understanding booths, and high-speed Wi-Fi.
• Extra area consists of three halls and show locations.
Over the course of the two weeks, there were over 37 area activities and events.
To give visitors a unique experience of Saudi heritage, culture, traditions, and ceremonies, there are more than 60 social programs and guided tours available.
• More than 30 points of contact, 30 manager, 60 vehicles contacts, 25 booths, and 50 having teams
• A fleet of 60 buses offering complimentary shuttle bus transportation between the location, suggested accommodations, and the aircraft.
For UNESCO representatives and visitors from the 195 member states, more than 3, 000 permits have been issued, including moment pre- and on-entry issuance.
34 foreign journalists covering the occasion need a top-notch media center, subscription desk, and program.
• The major full hall’s construction and safety were built in accordance with UNESCO’S exact specs and technical requirements.
The Saudi Arabian Vision 2030 social change program, which promotes social and cultural growth and calls for monetary diversity, is on display at the expanded 45th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.
Saudi Arabia welcomes UNESCO World Heritage Committee’s worldwide members.