Saudi Arabia: Regional Key to a
" Sustainable Future"
The World is Changing . . . So Is Saudi Arabia!
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Historic Interview With
Must See Video: September 22, 2023
Courtesy, Fox News
Bret Baier of Fox News sits down with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss the advancements the
country has made in the past two decades, as well as
the nation's efforts to normalize relations with Israel.
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Looking Forward to a Sustainable Future:
"A Visionary Crown Prince"
Leading the Way!
The ancient history of Saudi Arabia
can never be erased from the
History of Humanity.
Courtesies, Click on Images for Historic Descriptions
From ancient to modern times,
the global world is NOW,
more than ever before
fast changing at . . .
Her Royal Highness Princess Haifa Al-Faisal Al Saud
. . . an unstoppable rate that demands
Nations - and Kingdoms - great and
small to keep pace with concerted
efforts for sustainable
progress further into the future.
Saudi Arabia's visionary Crown Price
is willing and readied for an
array of challenges which can be
overcome toward progress that benefits
and sustains the entire region of
His Realm and beyond!
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His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
A Legacy of Helping Humanity!
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Humanity Thanks . . .
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Learn more about the History of Saudi Arabia
. . . Learn More & Plan a Visit . . .
Courtesy, The National Museum of Saudi Arabia
Click on the following web link:
King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture.
Be amazed and inspired
at Saudi Arabia's
for arts and culture.
EPACHA Foundation Extends
Sincerest Thanks to
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman,
Bret Baier & Fox News for allowing
use of images, visuals and
print presented herein.
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