Saudi, Scottish universities sign deal to boost collaboration

Saudi, Scottish universities sign deal to boost collaboration
Saudi, Scottish universities sign deal to boost collaboration

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RIYADH: Saudi Arabia demands an end to Israeli military operations and bloodshed in Gaza, Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan reiterated during a G20 virtual summit on Wednesday, Saudi Press Agency reported.

Al-Jadaan, who represented the Kingdom at the summit, emphasized the dire humanitarian crisis in Gaza. He said that Israel’s violence in Gaza violated international law and had resulted in one of history’s worst humanitarian catastrophes.

He said that Israel’s violations of international law and UN resolutions jeopardized the international system’s credibility and could have far-reaching consequences. The minister reiterated Saudi Arabia’s strong stance against the targeting of civilians, infrastructure, residential areas and medical facilities in Gaza, as well as its concern about the displacement of Palestinians from the besieged enclave.

Saudi Arabia reiterated its call for an immediate cease-fire and an unimpeded flow of humanitarian and medical supplies to Gaza.

The Kingdom advocated a long-term peaceful solution that guaranteed the Palestinian people’s legitimate rights, including the establishment of an independent Palestinian state within the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital.The virtual summit, held under India’s presidency, served as a follow-up to the in-person G20 summit held in New Delhi in September.

Other discussions focused on the role of multilateral banks in development, climate action, green financing, technological transformation, digital infrastructure and women’s empowerment.

During the summit, Al-Jadaan emphasized the importance of global cooperation in addressing climate change, as well as the need to leverage cutting-edge technologies, such as the circular carbon economy approach, to effectively manage carbon emissions and achieve climate goals.

Al-Jadaan also highlighted the issue of rising global debt and the growing pressures that many countries are facing.

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