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Naif asks businessmen to create jobs for Saudis

JEDDAH – Prince Naif Bin Abdul Aziz, Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior, has urged businessmen to promote cooperation with citizens, especially young people returning home after studying abroad.
He also called on the businessmen to forge coordination with relevant ministries to create jobs for new graduates of Saudi universities.
Prince Naif made these remarks during a reception of the Minister of Commerce and Industry Abdullah Ahmad Zainal Alireza held here Saturday evening.
The minister was accompanied by President of Council of Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry Saleh Bin Abdullah Kamel, who is also Chairman of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry and other JCCI members.
Talking about deviant groups Prince Naif said: “Thanks to the directives of King Abdullah, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, and the Crown Prince, our brave security men have foiled more than 220 criminal attempts and arrested the perpetrators and those who supported them.”
“Thanks to Allah Almighty, we have been able to confront this wicked, unjustified targeting which is rejected by wisdom and religion. How can a citizen be against his homeland and citizens; how can he justify for himself the killing of the innocent people; and unfortunately, how can a Saudi who is abroad, becomes a bomber and a killer of innocents?” Prince Naif asked.
“Thanks to Allah Almighty and the support of directives of our wise leadership, our brave security men have been able scientifically and practically to confront the deviant group and its crimes,” he said.
However, Prince Naif said, “we should be aware of the fact that we are still targeted by these deviants. So we are proceeding ahead with the same strength and determination to confront them.”
Sheikh Saleh Kamel commended Prince Naif for his directives in the achievement of security and safety in the Kingdom and in defeating the deviants. – SPA
 
   
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