Saudi Arabia becomes first country to host G20
Saudi Arabia becomes first country to host G20

Riyadh: Recently, Saudi Arabia on Sunday (December 1) became the first country in the Arab world to preside over the G20. This country is preparing to return to the world stage after facing global criticism over the record of human rights. The oil-rich nation has promoted the process of liberalization, including giving more rights to women. But it faced severe criticism for suppressing disagreement and the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year.

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According to sources, G20 is being chaired by Saudi Arabia from Japan which will host the world leaders at the global summit in its capital on 21-22 November next year. The official Saudi press agency (SPA) said, "Saudi Arabia today achieved the chairmanship of the G20. The summit will be held in Riyadh in 2020. "

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According to report, The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said, "Saudi Arabia will carry forward Osaka's work headed by G-20 and promote multi-layered consent." He praised this "unique opportunity" to shape international consensus. The agency said that Saudi Arabia will organize more than 100 events and conferences before the summit, including the ministerial meeting.

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