Riyadh: The Governor of Saudi Arabia, Qasim Prince Faisal bin Mishaal, has chaired a meeting regarding the establishment of Abdullah Al-Uthaym Social City to promote social and charitable works in the region.
The meeting was attended by the region’s under-secretary Abdul Rahman Al-Wazzan, assistant secretary for development affairs Abdul Rahman Al-Sawi, businessman Abdullah Al-Uthaym, and several government agencies, according to the Saudi news agency.
Governor Qasim was briefed on the steps being taken to establish the Abdullah Al-Uthaym Social City, which includes buildings, parks, sidewalks, a gym, and a recreation hall.
He listened to the details of the city, which aims to serve low-income people, the elderly, orphans, the disabled, families of prisoners, and the sick.
Abdullah al-Uthaym praised Governor Qasim Prince Faisal bin Mashal for encouraging the people of the region and cooperating for all social work.
Prince Faisal praised Al-Atheism’s initiative to establish a social city in the region and thanked the Saudi people for their well-being in promoting and advancing social and welfare work.
He said that the solidarity of the Saudi people and the promotion of sustainable work had served the society, providing employment opportunities and services in all sectors.