Riyadh, Saudi-New Zealand Joint Committee concluded here today a 2-day working meetings, with co-signing of the committee's minutes by the Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture Eng. Abdulrahman Al Fadhly for the Kingdom and the Minister for Trade and Export Growth of New Zealand David Parker, in the presence of the Saudi Charge D'affaires to New Zealand Saleh Al-Nuaiser and participants, in the committee's meetings.
Eng. Al-Fadhly said, following concluding the 7th session of the Saudi-New Zealand joint committee's meetings, that "trade between the two countries has witnessed remarkable development over the past years, rising from SR675 million to about SR3 billion, in 2016, promising to develop sustainable cooperation, in all fields and stressing importance of the committee's role, in pushing bilateral cooperation into more wider and comprehensive scope and higher levels.
Source: Saudi Press Agency