Saudi Royals welcome UK Prime Minister Teresa May on visit

Wednesday 05th Apr 2017
Teresa May with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef al Saud

Teresa May with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef al Saud

Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef met with UK Prime Minister on her visit to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia(above) on what was hailed as a highly successful meeting between the two nations. During her visit the Prime Minister and Crown Prince discussed bilateral relations, as well making a visit The Saudi Stock Exchange, accompanied by Minister of Commerce and Investment Dr. Majed Al Qasabi, during which there was mention of the upcoming IPO for Saudi Aramco.

Upon her arrival she was greeted by Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud; Saudi Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Minister of Finance; Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Jadaan, and CEO of Tadawul Engineer Khalid Al-Hussan.

Through the visit, a meeting was held between the British Prime Minister and her accompanying delegation and the Saudi representatives of government parties, including Governor of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency; Dr. Ahmed Abdulkarim Alkholifey, the Vice President of the Capital Market Authority; Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Quweiz, Prince Saud bin Khalid Al-Faisal, Governor of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority, as well as delegates from the private sector, during which they discussed the opportunities of cooperation in numerous areas and the promotion of economic partnerships between the two countries.

Teresa May commented being a role model for Saudi women ‘I hope also that people see me as a woman leader, will see what women can achieve and how women can be in significant positions.’

Chief Executive of the London Stock Exchange Xavier Rolet and British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Simon Collis also accompanied the British Prime Minister during her visit.

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