Saudi Arabia launches a new banknote on the occasion of its...

The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency “SAMA” announced its intention to launch a new twenty-riyal banknote, on the occasion of Saudi Arabia’s presidency of the G20 summit.

“Sama” explained that “the twenty-riyal commemorative category will be launched and circulated from Sunday, along with the currently circulating banknotes in all its denominations as official legal currency.”

She emphasized that “this category has been printed according to the latest standards in the field of printing banknotes, and that it is characterized by many technical specifications, high-quality security signs, and a distinctive purple-colored design that highlights the aesthetic of decorations inspired by the G20 Summit logo.”

Sama pointed out, “The design of the new banknote included the image of King Salman bin Abdulaziz on the face of the denomination, and the slogan of the Kingdom’s Presidency of the Group of Twenty (G20) in a three-dimensional manner, while the back of the paper included a world map with the G20 countries illustrated in a different color.” .

She added, “The map of the Kingdom shows radiation emitting from it, which symbolizes the meeting point of these countries on their land, and the importance of the Kingdom as a source of cultural and economic radiation.”

Source: “Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency”

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