The speech of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, during the opening of the fourth year's works of the seventh session of the Shura Council, meticulously outlined the Kingdom's political, economic and social orientations within the coming period.
It also revealed important aspects related to the future of the country under Vision 2030 and its numerous and varied developments that improved the image of the Kingdom internally and globally, and put it on the threshold of a new stage in all sectors and areas.
The speech, delivered by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques before members of the Shura Council, a number of Royal Highnesses and officials, reinforced the state of pride of the citizens in their homeland and the developments seen all at home and abroad.
The speech explained a myriad of topics which concern the citizens such as Aramco's IPO and its positive and direct impact on the economic scene of the Kingdom, the region and the world. It also touched on the ongoing war in Yemen and the possible political solution to it that restores stability to the Yemeni people.
The speech did not ignore the role played by the Saudi security bodies in protecting the homeland, defending its borders and fighting and eliminating terrorism.
The speech of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques commenced with an important statement, summarized by the events of history and carried an urgent message To Whom It May Concern.
The statement read: "The Kingdom has proved over three centuries that it is unrelenting and unbreakable, and thus able to overcome any difficulties and challenges, and get out victorious of a battle or a crisis.
It is helped by its adherence to a host of principles, values and constants upon which the Kingdom was founded since the era of founder King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman, and until the reign of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz."
The speech summed up the developments in the Kingdom and the achievements made on the ground.
It also showed everyone the vitality of Saudi society and its determination to achieve the impossible, especially if it comes to the homeland.