Riyadh, Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional and international arenas.
Al-Riyadh newspaper in its editorial entitled ” The Reforms and IMF’s praise of the Kingdom” said that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) experts’ report reflects the Saudi government’s recent launch of twelve executive programs from 2018 to 2020, including maximizing the assets of the Public Investment Fund which will be the cornerstone of qualitative development in major projects in the Kingdom.
The paper added that it is remarkable that media outlets have tried to exploit the last announcement of the energy minister in which he denied the cancellation of offering Aramco, at the time the company is moving to acquire the share of Public Investment Fund in SABIC to take advantage of sales proceeds in the promotion of non-oil revenues including gigantic projects such as the Red Sea , the city of NEOM and Qiddiyah which need gigantic investments to be implemented.
Al-Youm newspaper in another subject on the Iranian regime said that after the dismissal of more than one Iranian minister and the withdrawal of largest international companies from Iran, including airlines, the bloody mullah regime has been suffering from deteriorating conditions and the impending fall, especially in light of popular demonstrations which still call for the departure of the Leader and demand freedom, justice and security.
The paper pointed out that Iranians have been fed up with the regime which has been wasting their great resources for exporting terrorism, interfering in the region’s affairs and possessing nuclear weapons to threaten its countries loving peace and stability.
Source: Saudi Press Agency