Arab News – Scholars, ministers and dignitaries sent greetings and good wishes to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, and prayed for the prosperity of the Kingdom on the occasion of its 86th National Day on Friday.

They commended the Kingdom’s achievements in all fields since the foundation of the Kingdom by the late King Abdul Aziz and his sons, the former kings until the era of King Salman. They stressed that the Kingdom would continue its march toward a comprehensive renaissance in light of Vision 2030 and the National Transformation Program.
Culture and Information Minister Adel Al-Toraifi said the ministry is ensuring that Saudi cultural work acquires three elements of powers — creativity, persuasion, expansion — and employment of intellectual exercise to consolidate loyalty to the country, “which must remain rooted in the minds of successive generations.”
Al-Toraifi expressed his thanks to all ministry employees for their efforts, calling for the development of their skills and performance for serving their homeland and spreading its message.
The Council of Senior Scholars stressed that the Kingdom is based on a legacy, foundations, and pillars, making it a distinct country. “It is the country of the Two Holy Mosques and the first house established for the people as Qibla of Muslims.”
Governors highlighted the Kingdom’s achievements in all fields since its foundation, stressing the continuation of the march of a comprehensive renaissance in the light of Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and National Transformation Program.
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabian Airlines on Friday decorated one of its planes with a new slogan in green, inspired by the banner of Tawhid and the flag of Saudi Arabia, to fly around the Kingdom and the world. It took off from Jeddah to Riyadh en route to Dammam, Madinah and Jazan.
Saudia launched a package of activities and services under the slogan “Nation of Glory.”
A Saudia delegation will deliver cards to the command of the armed forces in Najran and Jazan and will also distribute them among the sons of the soil deployed on the front lines.
A two-day online competition was unveiled on Friday to win 86 tickets.
Saudia also offered a major discount on tickets on both domestic and foreign flights. It announced SR86 as a unified and symbolic value for one-destination flights to and from all internal stations on Saturday.
It also announced a parallel travel offer to and from international terminals, which includes a reduction of 50 percent, according to the published rates. The 10-day offer began on Tuesday and continues until Sept. 30.
The airline will also provide free Internet onboard.

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