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Global Water Organisation to be established to deal with environmental sustainability and water innovative solutions

THE KINGDOM of Saudi Arabia has made available developmental funding, with over $6 billion allocated to various water and sanitation projects across four continents.

With confirmation of a Global Water Organization, to be headquartered in Riyadh, this further shows commitment by His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, on addressing global water challenges, amongst others.

The Kingdom, with all of the organization’s member countries, seeks to contribute to achieving the water security-related sustainable development goals, creating an integrated and long-lasting impact by bringing the international community together to ensure global water sustainability for humanity.

By initiating the establishment of the organization, “the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia emphasizes its commitment to addressing global water supply challenges”, read the media statement.

The initiative is aligned with Saudi Arabia’s dedication to environmental sustainability.

“Over the years, the Kingdom has showcased notable achievements in water production, transportation, and distribution, leveraging locally developed innovative solutions,” continued the press release.

These achievements have been internationally recognized.

Additionally, Saudi Arabia plays a key role in ensuring that global water issues remain a top priority on the international agenda.

This collaboration will also involve countries with significant expertise and contributions to water solutions.

Continued the press release: “Such cooperation becomes even more vital with projections of the global water demand doubling by 2050, in light of the anticipated growth of the world population to 9.8 billion,” it concluded.

Image supplied (His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, will open the GWO in Riyadh).

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