RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Tradition and the British Nationwide Archives have agreed to collaborate on an government program for the digitization of cultural data within the Kingdom, according to established worldwide specs and requirements.
The settlement was signed by Raed Al-Sufyani, director basic of Analysis and Cultural Research on the Ministry of Tradition, and Jeff James, the CEO and keeper of the British Nationwide Archives. It comes throughout the framework of a wider settlement between the Saudi ministry and its UK counterpart, the Ministry of Digitization, Tradition, Media and Sport.
Specialists from the 2 nations in varied fields will work collectively on this system to construct a digital archive and arrange a framework for financing analysis initiatives and research of Saudi tradition and associated subjects. They may even assemble a listing of the details about the historical past and cultural heritage of Saudi Arabia that’s contained in data throughout the British Nationwide Archives and different such databases within the UK.