Media Minister opens ‘Saudi History Exhibition’ at SPA HQ.

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Salman bin Yousef Al-Dosari, the Minister of Media and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), officially opened the “Saudi Arabia’s History Exhibition” at the main conference center located at the SPA headquarters in Riyadh on Wednesday evening.

This exhibition was organized to celebrate the 93rd National Day of the Kingdom and was initiated by the SPA in alignment with its national media responsibilities and its commitment to education and information dissemination.

The Minister of Media, along with the attendees, took a tour of the exhibition, which was designed in an interactive manner, using visual technologies to portray the historical milestones of the Saudi state. The exhibition followed a chronological timeline, commencing with the establishment of the first Saudi state over three centuries ago, then progressing through the second Saudi state, and concluding with the unification of the nation under the name of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al Saud.

The exhibition also highlighted the commencement of the modern state and its evolution through the reigns of various kings, ultimately reaching the prosperous era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister.

The exhibition served as a platform to showcase the Kingdom’s vibrant present and its promising future.

Dr. Fahd bin Hassan Al Aqran, the President of the SPA, delivered a speech during which he expressed the pride of the Saudi media system in inaugurating the “Saudi Arabia’s History Exhibition.” He emphasized the pivotal role played by the SPA in supporting the development of the national media sector in line with the ongoing progress and growth in the Kingdom, as outlined in Saudi Vision 2030.

The exhibition was attended by various dignitaries, including ambassadors from countries such as Qatar, Kuwait, China, Turkey, Malaysia, and Iraq, as well as the Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in the Kingdom.

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