Israeli companies have expressed their intention to invest in the project of the city of “NEOM” Saudi Arabia, announced by the Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, is scheduled to be built on an area of 26.000 square kilometers and overlooking the Red Sea.
Vice President of the National Tourism Committee Abdulrahman Al-Saneh said that the new project, launched by the Crown Prince HRH Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, is a huge project that will increase or increase tourism revenues on oil income.
President Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi praised the project, which was recently launched by Saudi Arabia, as a major tourist project. During a meeting with representatives of the media, Al-Sisi said on Wednesday on the sidelines of the World Youth Forum in Sharm El-Sheikh that infrastructure in the Sinai is being developed in support of tourist projects, with two roads, one from Port Said to the Gulf of Suez.
Jeddah Tower (1000m) – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Truly, you have seen it right. The Gulf strikes once more. The world’s ‘new’ most elevated building, it appears, will turn into a reality in 2020, at long last outperforming Dubai’s 828-meter high rise. The pinnacle won’t simply be the most astounding yet the first to hit the 1km benchmark.
This is a rundown of surviving towers that satisfy the designing meaning of a pinnacle: “a tall human structure, constantly taller than it is wide, implied for open or customary operational access by people, yet not for living in or office work, and are self-supporting or detached, which implies no person wires for support.”
Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak said that Russian corporations can participate within the Neom project, declaring that the visit of the defender of the two Holy Mosques to his country recently led to a rise of bilateral trade to quite 70th in one month only.