Al-Suwailem: We Are Taking Rapid Steps Towards a Better Homeland under King Salman’s Leadership the King of Decisive and Development

The CEO of Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property Dr. Abdulaziz bin Mohammed Alswailem presented his sincere congratulations to The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Ibn Abdulaziz Al Saud, and his Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince – God bless them – on the occasion of the 88th National Day of the Kingdom and wished the Saudi people further progress under the leadership may Allah bless it.

Al-Suwailem said that the Eighty-eighth National Day and the commemoration of the unification of this blessed country comes while the Kingdom is taking rapid and urgent steps towards a better future, a comprehensive economic renaissance on all levels and development in all regions of the Kingdom, in addition to the policy of firmness and determination which reflected on the prosperity of this country. This comes because of God’s grace and then thanks to the security and stability that the country has lived under the wise leadership since the reign of the founding King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, may God rest his soul.

He added that this occasion will remain in the memory of the homeland and renew with it every time the emphasis on loyalty, dedication to belonging to this homeland and circumventing its leadership, which has achieved a comprehensive renaissance of this country at all levels and at various levels, making the Kingdom a great place regionally and globally.

He pointed out that the Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property is working to promote and enforce the intellectual property fields at the national level to become the hub for the Middle East and North Africa by attracting the best experiences and investment in training the youth of the homeland, providing them with rewarding job opportunities that meet their ambitions and provide them with the opportunity to serve their country. In addition to contributing to the development of the national economy.

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