Saudi Arabia and Brazil Partner to Implement Smart Digital Technology in Tree Planting

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RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and Brazil have signed a partnership agreement to deploy advanced Saudi digital technology for tree planting in the Brazilian city of Jatai, as reported by the Saudi Press Agency on Tuesday. The agreement, sponsored by the Kingdom’s Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture (MEWA) and the Brazilian government, was formalized during MEWA’s participation in the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance Summit in Goiania, Brazil, hosted by the National Federation of Young Entrepreneurs.

This agreement marks a significant milestone in international cooperation for environmental preservation, sustainable development, and entrepreneurship. It aims to stimulate knowledge exchange, technology transfer, and expertise sharing between the Kingdom and Brazil. This collaboration enhances their joint capabilities in reducing carbon emissions and developing strategic partnerships to implement projects promoting sustainable development, aligning with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

MEWA’s representation at the summit included several entrepreneurship programs and affiliated emerging companies. Ali bin Mohammed Al-Sabhan, the Director General of the General Department of Entrepreneurship at the ministry’s Research and Innovation Agency, highlighted that such international participation exemplifies MEWA’s efforts to support and empower entrepreneurs and emerging companies within its sectors. The ministry aims to continue collaborating with member states to discuss joint cooperation and expertise exchange, enhancing the entrepreneurship ecosystem within the ministry’s sectors and the Kingdom overall.

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