The Saudi capital, Riyadh, has been attributed to women
The Saudi capital, Riyadh, has been attributed to women. Riyadh: The Saudi capital, Riyadh, has been attributed to women this year.
According to the Saudi website, the 39th meeting of the Arab Women's Committee will be held on February 9 and 10 in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, under the banner of the Arab League, with delegations, ministers, heads of Arab countries, national institute of Arab women, Arab and international organizations Representatives will attend.
Saudi Arabia will remain the president of the Arab Women's Committee for a year, on which occasion Riyadh will be named as the Arab women's capital in 2020.
The agenda of the meeting of the Arab Women Committee contains important topics, which discusses the role of women's empowerment in the Arab world.
The meeting will also review the recommendations of the Ministerial Conference on promoting the role of women in Arab societies while considering the ways in which cooperation with international women's organizations will be developed on modern lines.
Saudi officials say that according to Vision 2030 in Saudi Arabia, many reforms are being implemented to make women stand at their feet in all walks of life.
Through these reforms, Saudi women have been successful in various fields, legislation has been made regarding women and many important decisions have been made.