Saudi Press: Saudi Arabia Always Promotes Culture of Peace and Tolerance
Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional and international arenas.
Al-Riyadh newspaper said in its editorial that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, since its establishment, has been working to spread a culture of peace and dialogue between different civilizations, cultures and religions, believing that dialogue is an urgent human need and an important means of understanding and coexistence among nations.
The paper added that the reign of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz has witnessed pioneering role in the direction of dialogue between followers of religions and cultures, pointing out that King Salman has met with a number of symbols of other religions during his foreign visits, which reflects the Kingdom's keenness to spread peace in the world.
The paper confirmed that the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adoption of the draft resolution presented by Riyadh to protect religious sites reflects Saudi Arabia's position in the world, and affirms its role in developing a culture of peace with regard to relations between individuals, groups and states.
Al-Yaum newspaper said in its editorial that thanks to the unlimited sacrifices of the government under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Highness the Crown Prince, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has reached reassuring stages that approaching the end of the crisis, with the state providing vaccines to all citizens and residents for free.
The paper pointed out that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia paid an efforts to rescue the human soul in all the world as a solid approach of its policy. Among the Kingdom's efforts made in Yemen, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center provides food and medical relief supplies to 5,700 beneficiaries who live in difficult circumstances.
The paper concluded that these details reflect Saudi Arabia's leading humanitarian role regionally and internationally.