Jeddah Airports approves operational plan for King Abdulaziz Airport ahead of 2024 Hajj season

Jeddah Airports approves operational plan for King Abdulaziz Airport ahead of 2024 Hajj season
Jeddah Airports approves operational plan for King Abdulaziz Airport ahead of 2024 Hajj season

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - RIYADH: The Saudi Heritage Commission has signed a scientific cooperation agreement with the University of York in the UK for archaeological surveys at prehistoric sites on the Farasan Islands in the Jazan region, as well as along the Red Sea coast in the southwest of the Kingdom.

Representing the commission at the signing ceremony, held recently at its headquarters in Riyadh, was the general manager of archaeology, Abdullah Al-Zahrani, along with the commission’s CEO, Jasser Al-Harbash. The University of York was represented by the project director at the archaeological site, Prof. Geoff Bailey.

This agreement is part of the commission’s ongoing effort to expand field archaeological surveys and excavation work across the Kingdom. And to prepare and rehabilitate archaeological sites by expanding the base of scientific partnerships with universities and international research centers specializing in heritage.

Through this agreement, the commission aims to gather more scientific data on prehistoric sites and understand patterns of ancient pastoral activity.

Field studies will be conducted, and the publication of the findings from archaeological surveys and excavations will be broadened as a result of this collaboration.

The aim is also to attract top-notch scientific talent to assist with such projects.

The agreement calls for the joint preparation of periodic reports and scientific studies, as well as the exchange of information and expertise in related fields.

Last week, the Heritage Commission signed an agreement with Japan’s Kanazawa University to collaborate on archaeological work at two prehistoric sites in Jouf and Tabuk.

It highlights the commission’s commitment to expanding its field work and archeological surveys across the Kingdom and enhances its scientific partnerships with specialist universities and centers around the world.

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