Friday, October 15

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“Made in Syria” exhibition concludes activities in Baghdad with large turnout

Baghdad, the 10 -day “Made in Syria” exhibition, concluded activities in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. The exhibition witnessed a large and an unprecedented turnout and direct sales. The days of exhibition witnessed a turnout by Iraqi merchants who will sign contracts with their Syrian counterparts to import Syrian industrial and agricultural products to the Iraqi markets.   Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

Health Ministry Reports 986 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, 1,055 Recoveries in Saudi Arabia

Riyadh, The Ministry of Health announced today, in a statement, that 986 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing the total number to 530,981, including 10,311 active cases.Of these, there are 1,424 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable, the statement said.It added that 13 new deaths have been reported, putting the tally of fatalities at 8,297.Meanwhile, as many as 1,055 cases have recovered, raising recoveries toll to 512,373. Source: Saudi Press Agency

International Falcon Breeders Auction Kicks off

Riyadh, First edition of the International Falcon Breeders Auction (IFBA) kicked off today at Saudi Falcons Club Grounds in Malham, North of Riyadh. The auction is organized by the Saudi Falcons Club, with a broad participation of falconers.The CEO of the Saudi Falcons Club, Hussam bin Abdulmohsen Al-Huzaimi, stressed the leadership’s keenness to support the Saudi heritage, especially the falcon that accompanied the ancestors, as the discovered antiquities proved that the people of the Arabian Peninsula domesticated falcons thousands of years ago, according to the drawings and rock inscriptions on the land of Saudi Arabia.On its first night, the auction sales reached 221,000 riyals. Source: Saudi Press Agency

Addressing G20 Digital Economy Ministers, Saudi MCIT Minister Highlights Kingdom’s Leadership in International Communication Industry

Rome, The Minister of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Eng. Abdullah Al-Sawaha, stressed, in a speech before the digital economy ministers of the G20, that organizations in the field of innovation must have sufficient flexibility and speed to stimulate creativity and keep pace with the rapid change being driven by digital transformation, adding that bridging the digital gap globally is the way to achieve the prosperity of societies, citing the Kingdom's topping the list of leading countries in this field.In an opening speech delivered in the Italian city of Trieste, he highlighted how the Vision 2030 has contributed to making the Kingdom an effective leader at the international level in protecting the planet, through qualitative global effort...

Mikdad receives copy of credentials of the new ambassador of Republic of Serbia to Syria

Damascus, Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Faysal Mikdad, received on Thursday a copy of credentials of Radovan Stojanovic, the new ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Syria. Minister Mikdad welcomed Ambassador Stojanovic, wishing him success in performing his duties and boosting relations between the two countries, describing relations between Syria and Serbia as historic and friendly. Ambassador Stojanovic stressed as deep and friendly the relations between Syria and Serbia, expressing aspiration to work for the development of these relations in all fields, pointing out that there are many agreements and memos of understanding between the two countries that can be activated to enhance these relations. Source: Syria Arab News Agency

Foreign Ministry: Syria condemns Britain and EU incitement, hypocrisy campaigns regarding situation in Daraa

Damascus, Syria has condemned incitement and hypocrisy campaigns launched by the British government and the European Union regarding the situation in Daraa province, affirming that they are unsuccessful and uncovered attempts to ease pressure on terrorists in the Province. “The Syrian Arab Republic condemns incitement and hypocrisy campaigns launched by the British government and the EU Establishment regarding the situation in Daraa province, which come within the context of their known hostile policy to Syria and supporting terrorism,” An official source at Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said in a statement to SANA. The source added that Syria, while stresses that those statements are no longer an uncovered and unsuccessful attempt to ease pressure on terrorists, it affirms that ...