This week, Saudi Arabia hosted an international forum. Which named “Promoting friendship and cooperation between states and peoples.”
The conference, which was co-host by the UN and the EU, focused on the role of women in society. Also how to achieve gender equality in all sorts of leadership roles.
Mohammed bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa, the Muslim World League’s secretary-general. And Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovi, Croatia’s former president and a feminist campaigner. Were among those who attended the international forum.
“Continued efforts to develop friendship and collaboration among nations. Also peoples are critical for the peace and harmony of our world’s varied national societies,” Al-Issa added.
He emphasized how women have neglected throughout history, robbing communities of their skills and abilities. He went on to say that their achievement and influence have well-documented at many levels.
“I am blissful to be here in Riyadh to see these historic developments in person. Also I would want to thank you on your commitment, efforts, and devotion to engaging women,”. Grabar-Kitarovi said, stressing the good improvements in Saudi Arabia.
“I must admit that when I arrived in the Kingdom two days ago. I had some misunderstandings since my knowledge was fully base on what I read in the foreign media,” she continued. Also expressing her gratitude for what has been accomplish thus far.
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