Global Water Organization

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His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who serves as the Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, announced the creation of a Global Water Organization. This organization will have its headquarters in Riyadh.
The main goal of this organization is to improve how governments and groups worldwide handle their water resources responsibly. It plans to do this by sharing knowledge, advancing technology, encouraging innovation, and exchanging research and development experiences. Furthermore, it will support important water projects and ensure that water resources remain available to everyone in a sustainable way.
By launching this organization, Saudi Arabia shows its dedication to addressing global water supply challenges and its commitment to environmental sustainability. Saudi Arabia has made significant achievements in producing, transporting, and distributing water, using innovative solutions that have received international recognition. Moreover, Saudi Arabia has invested over $6 billion in water and sanitation projects on four continents, demonstrating its commitment to addressing global water challenges.
This organization aims to collaborate with countries facing water-related problems and those prioritizing such projects on their national agendas. It will also work with countries with expertise and substantially contribute to solving water issues. This cooperation is crucial, especially considering that global water demand is projected to double by 2050, as the world’s population is expected to reach 9.8 billion.
Saudi Arabia and member countries of this organization aim to contribute to achieving sustainable development goals related to water security. It seeks to bring together the international community to ensure the long-term sustainability of global water resources for the benefit of humanity

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