Faisal stresses the need to be «Mecca» capital of the Islamic economy

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The Advisor to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Prince of the Region of Makkah Al-Mukarramah Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, stressed the need to stimulate investments and invite businessmen to participate in advancing the development of the Holy City.

In his meeting with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Makkah, Al-Faisal said that the city of Makkah should be the capital of the Islamic economy and the provision of investment opportunities to businessmen and men, benefiting both men and women alike.

During the meeting, the Emir of the Makkah Region congratulated the President and members of the Board of Directors of the 20th session for the trust given to them by the Makki community, urging them to share with the government sector to advance the development and achieving the desired development integration, pointing out the importance of organizing Islamic investment forums hosted by the Chamber. Logo «Invest in Mecca».

The Jeddah and Makkah Chambers have announced the formation of a team to develop their partnerships and establish a spirit of cooperation in the context of their historical relationship, which extends over more than 70 years, during the meeting in Jeddah yesterday, reviewing the memories and economic and investment movement experienced by the Makkah region in different periods.

The meeting, which was attended by the Deputy Chairman of the Jeddah Chamber of Directors Mazen Batterjee, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Mecca Chamber Hisham Kaaki, and the members of the Boards of Directors of the two chambers on the historical legacy of the Jeddah and Mecca rooms, highlighting the challenges and difficulties facing the business sector and its various categories, For a successful future partnership that will grow to the size of this distinctive relationship.

The meeting concluded with the work of partnership between the two chambers in the interest of the business community and dealing with the economic fluctuations in the world. The private sector is a partner in the development process and the vision of the Kingdom 2030 and the National Transition Program 2020, In the investment and diversification opportunities of bilateral partnership between Jeddah and Mecca, which is supported by the harmony of visions and the unification of objectives to serve the country and its people.