Chinese Language course to be taught in Gulf
Saudi Arabia will now have a Chinese language course in schools and universities.
To Grow friendship, the Gulf Kingdom will now have a Chinese language course in schools and universities.
Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman’s paid a visit to Beijing, where he signed separate agreements. Memoranda of understanding in the fields of energy, investment, transport, and technology will bring bilateral relations to a new stage.
China will fund a part of the language program. That is going to open the door of 50,000 jobs for Saudi citizens.
The director board of the Saudi Society for Political Science told media that the move was part of a new policy of Saudi Vision 2030. A plan aims to diversify sources of national income and to restructure the economy away from oil.
“It is a decision aimed at promoting cultural diversity and expanding educational concepts to reach a level of interaction with the Chinese economic power that goes beyond imports and exports, to joint investments and Chinese tourism –which appears to be one of the most important sources of tourism.” Suliman al-Ogaily said.
He acclaimed that trade between the countries reached almost $60 billion in 2018. It is as close to a third over the previous year.