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Saudi King congratulate Felipe VI on anniversary of accession to the throne

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King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has extended his heartfelt congratulations to King Felipe VI of Spain on the anniversary of his accession to the throne. This gesture of goodwill underscores the strong diplomatic ties and mutual respect between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Spain.

Felipe VI of Spain © Mena Today 

King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has extended his heartfelt congratulations to King Felipe VI of Spain on the anniversary of his accession to the throne.

 This gesture of goodwill underscores the strong diplomatic ties and mutual respect between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Spain.

In his congratulatory message, King Salman expressed his best wishes for the continued good health and happiness of King Felipe VI. 

He also conveyed his hopes for the steady progress and prosperity of the Spanish government and its people. The warm sentiments reflect the deep-seated friendship and cooperation that have long characterized the relationship between the two nations.

In addition to King Salman's cable, Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, also sent his congratulations to the Spanish monarch.

The relationship between Saudi Arabia and Spain has been marked by fruitful cooperation in various fields including trade, culture, and technology. Both countries have worked together on numerous initiatives aimed at fostering economic growth and cultural exchange.

Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030, an ambitious plan to diversify the Saudi economy and develop public service sectors, has opened new avenues for cooperation with Spain, particularly in the realms of renewable energy, tourism, and infrastructure development. Spanish companies have been increasingly involved in Saudi projects, contributing to the kingdom's economic diversification efforts.

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