Security, stability prerequisite for national growth: PM

Security, stability prerequisite for national growth: PM

Security, stability prerequisite for national growth: PM

(Manama) – His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa stressed keenness of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on regional welfare, affirming the country’s importance at the GCC, Arab, Islamic and international level. He also paid tribute to the leaders of the countries in the region who are keen on protecting their homelands and peoples, praising all efforts aimed at fostering regional welfare.

HRH the Premier was speaking as he received at Gudaibiya Palace today businessmen, economic, commercial and media figures and officials. He underlined close follow-up on citizens’ needs, underlining the government’s keenness to promote their welfare and maximize achievements. He also commended the high patriotic response of citizens, journalists and media persons regarding various challenges, describing them as the conscious voice of the community. He affirmed that all government’s efforts are aimed at ensuring national growth and citizens’ well-being, pointing out the need to fast-track development projects across the nation.

HRH the Prime Minister asserted the importance of maintaining security and stability, being a prerequisite and a pillar for development, praising awareness of the Bahraini people in handling various challenges. “We are confident that our unity and social cohesion are capable of strengthening our determination to achieve aspiration for a more prosperous future,” he said. He also hailed the pivotal role of businessmen in strengthening the national economy and backing the government’s efforts in this respect. He underlined the government’s keenness to boost partnership with the private sector and provide it with all facilities to assume its national role in luring internal and external investments.

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