Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince reaps fruits of hard work in 2017, says official
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, adopted a work-oriented strategy over the period 2015-2019, and he started to reap the fruits of his hard work in 2017, Bader Al Assaker, director of the Royal Prince's Office and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Misk Foundation, said in TV program.
Al Assaker painted a rosy outlook for the youth in Saudi Arabia over the next ten years. "Now, they can explore several opportunities in business sectors in line with Saudi Vision 2030," he added.
Saudi youth may face several challenges including unemployment. However, the public-private sectors cooperation may help provide job opportunities for them, he noted.
"The crown prince launched several youth initiatives, such as the Misk Foundation with SAR 3 billion in assets, in addition to setting up some non-profit institutions to focus on education, media, art and technology fields.