“We dream and we achieve” 93rd Saudi National Day
The 93rd Saudi National Day celebrations will start on September 23rd, which is the day the founding King Abdulaziz issued royal decree No. 2716, dated 17 Jumada al-Awwal 1351 AH, which corresponds to September 23, 1932 AD, to change the name of the state from the Kingdom of Hijaz and Najd to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The celebrations will be held under the theme "We Dream and Achieve."
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and his Crown Prince, His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman, "may God protect them," are leading the Kingdom with wisdom, and the "vision 2030" serves as a roadmap for kingdom future
In April 2016, the Kingdom announced “Vision 2030,” which aims to work to diversify its sources of national income and not rely solely on oil.
Plans and programs were therefore created based on three pillars:
• A vibrant community
• A thriving economy
• An Ambitious Nation.
The objectives from the vision phases
• Working to expand the private sector’s participation in leading and advancing transformation
• Empowering new sectors
• Creating attractive opportunities for investment in preparation for further achievements
• Strengthening and completing national gains
• Deepening the impact of what has been accomplished.
As the identity of the 93rd anniversary of our National Day stated, "We Dream and Achieve," the accomplishments and successes have gone beyond their timeline and generated additional and other ambitions.
Farhan Hassan Al Shammari