Riyadh, Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional and international arenas.
Al-Riyadh newspaper in its editorial entitled ''Our Cybersecurity'' wrote that the ongoing work of the National Cyber Security Authority provides a vision of the future pattern of government actions aimed at accelerating the pace of works and ensuring quality and accuracy in implementation.
The paper noted that the first and most important step in this area was the establishment of National Cyber Security Authority and then Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones, as well as Prince Mohammed Bin Salman College of Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Technologies which placed the Kingdom in the ranks of developed countries in the field of technological and informatics innovation, pointing out that the Kingdom in the era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and HRH Crown Prince proves through many initiatives that the future for the country will be different in terms of planning and developmental strategies, which since its inception has been hostage to oil and fluctuations in its prices.
Al-Youm newspaper in its editorial entitled ''Kingdom and peace efforts in Afghanistan'' said that the Kingdom's hosting of International Conference of Muslim Scholars on Peace and Stability in Afghanistan, which began yesterday in Jeddah, and moved today to Makkah, will be the title of all Saudi efforts to lift this brotherly country off a decades-long conflict, noting that the Kingdom, along with its loyal brothers in the Muslim world, hopes that Afghan brothers will open a new page of tolerance, reconciliation, renunciation of violence and the preservation of the lives of innocent people in order to preserve their country.
Source: Saudi Press Agency