RIYADH: The Saudi Ministry of Trade and Mineral Sources is taking part within the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2024, the Saudi Press Company reported on Wednesday.
The convention is being held between Feb. 5 and Feb. 8 in Cape City, and is devoted to the profitable capitalization and growth of mining pursuits in Africa.
Khalid Al-Mudaifer, vice-minister for mining affairs, inaugurated the Kingdom’s pavilion on the convention beneath the theme “Put money into Saudi Arabia.”
The pavilion is being collectively run by the Ministry of Funding, the Common Authority for Survey and Geospatial Data, together with numerous private-sector entities. It goals to foster dialogue with worldwide buyers by offering an summary of the funding course of and showcasing the Kingdom’s wealthy mineral assets, positioning Saudi Arabia as a world mining chief.
The pavilion can be in search of to advertise the Saudi mining sector’s progress and the strategic targets of enhancing the Kingdom’s enchantment to international mining buyers. It emphasizes the sector’s growth, the potential for exploration, and the hope of attracting worldwide investments to foster exploration alternatives.
A key spotlight of the convention will probably be a gathering hosted by Saudi Arabia, titled “Unleashing the Exploration Potential within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Cooperation, Innovation, and Sustainability.”
This session will deal with the exploration sector’s prospects inside the Kingdom, underscoring sustainability practices, collaborative alternatives, technological developments, and its financial impression.