Saudi Arabia Opens the Imam Turki bin Abdullah Royal Reserve Development Authority’s Main Building

Saudi Arabia Opens the Imam Turki bin Abdullah Royal Reserve Development Authority’s Main Building

According to a report released on Wednesday by the official news agency SPA, Prince Turki bin Mohammed bin Fahd, the Saudi minister of state and head of the board of directors of the Imam Turki bin Abdullah Royal Reserve Development Authority, officially opened the authority’s main building in Riyadh.

He was informed about the building’s plans and offices, “which were compatible with environmental considerations and took into account energy efficiency,” according to SPA, during his tour.

In addition, Prince Turki presided over the opening meeting of the authority’s second session. He thanked King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the head of the Council of Royal Reserves, for receiving government approval to reorganize the authority’s board of directors.

In addition to wishing every board member luck in accomplishing the authority’s objectives, he expressed gratitude to the board during its first meeting for its significant work since the authority’s establishment.

The new members of the council are Moaz Al-Husseini, Bandar Al-Zamil, Anas Al-Sheikh, Ahmed Darwish, Alaa Al-Ruwaiba, Adel Al-Zahrani, Ibrahim Al-Askar, and Abdulrahman Al-Fadhli, Minister of Environment, Water, and Agriculture.

Prince Turki gave the authority credit for creating vegetative cover, relocating and propagating endangered species, boosting ecotourism through activities like the Darb Zubaydah Winter Festival, and offering lodging and related activities during the summit.

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