The Saudi ambassador to the UK speaks with students at Oxford University on Vision 2030


London — A group of University of Oxford students on Tuesday met with Prince Khalid bin Bandar, the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the UK, to talk about the Kingdom’s development under its Vision 2030.

The university group, which comprised several students majoring in international relations, political science, and international security, was welcomed by Prince Khalid at the embassy in the nation’s capital, London.

The envoy discussed the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, its economic objectives, and its ambitions for diversification by luring foreign investment during the meeting.

He also discussed topics of regional and international importance to the Kingdom, as well as the education sector and its growth over the past fifty years.

Prince Khalid tweeted that it was enjoyable to hear the students’ inquiries about the Kingdom and the surrounding area.

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