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Dr. Rumaih Al-Rumaih has praised King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

In a show of gratitude, Vice Minister of Transport and Logistic Services, Dr. Rumaih Al-Rumaih, has expressed his appreciation to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, for his unwavering support and patronage of the Fourth Extraordinary Conference of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).

The highly anticipated UPU conference is scheduled to take place in the vibrant city of Riyadh from October 1 to 5.

In a remarkable display of unwavering support for the Saudi postal sector, the UPU's Fourth Extraordinary Conference was held under the esteemed patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques. This significant event, according to Al-Rumaih, serves as a testament to the boundless care and attention that the leadership bestows upon this vital industry.

In a statement, he emphasized that the conference's patronage serves to further solidify the Kingdom's standing as a prominent global logistics hub, while also highlighting its role as a pivotal axis linking three continents.

In a recent statement, the vice minister highlighted the significance of bolstering the Kingdom's position in this particular field. This endeavor is seen as a crucial step towards realizing the ambitious goals set forth in the National Transport Strategy, which was officially launched by His Royal Highness the Crown Prince.

Al-Rumaih emphasized that hosting the conference is a significant national achievement, serving as a testament to the Kingdom's proactive engagement and prominent position within international organizations.

He emphasized that the selection of the Kingdom as the host for the conference is a testament to its commitment in fostering collaboration among member states of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) to advance the development of postal services.

In addition, the vice minister emphasized that choosing Riyadh as the venue for the conference serves to highlight the Kingdom's ambitious initiatives and future projects, aligning with the overarching goals of Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030.

The transportation and logistics services system expressed its eagerness to showcase its significant role on a global scale. It aims to highlight its objectives and endeavors in advancing the postal and logistics sector in alignment with the National Transport Strategy, according to Al-Rumaih.

He highlighted that the Kingdom will have a golden chance to showcase its exceptional expertise in hosting conferences with utmost professionalism and impeccable organization. This remarkable opportunity will not only allow the Kingdom to project a positive image of its abundant resources, illustrious history, and warm-hearted inhabitants, but also emphasize its advanced capabilities in this domain.

In a momentous decision, the member states of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) have cast their votes in favor of the Kingdom's bid to host the fourth conference. This crucial vote took place during the plenary meeting of the union's Council of Administration in October of the previous year.

Representatives from a staggering 192 countries are set to converge at the highly anticipated conference, which promises to be a pivotal event in the realm of international affairs. The primary objective of this gathering is to engage in comprehensive discussions regarding the potential expansion of the union, specifically in relation to stakeholders within the postal sector. Additionally, a thorough review of various proposals pertaining to this matter will be undertaken, ensuring a comprehensive exploration of all possible avenues. The conference will be attended by leaders and representatives from UPU member states, along with various UN organizations and specialized international and regional entities.

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