"I do not think there is any challenge for the great Saudi people," he said. "All our projects are going…
“I do not think there is any challenge for the great Saudi people,” he said. “All our projects are going on, the reform continues, our war on extremism continues, our war on terror continues, the development of Saudi Arabia continues. No matter how they try to stop our efforts, we will not stop.”
He suggested that the countries in The Middle East could one day form an economic engine like Europe. And in a surprising tone of magnanimity, the Crown Prince said that even Qatar – a nearby opponent aimed at a Saudi embassy – had a dynamic economy that would play an important role in the future of the region.
Throughout the day, bankers and business leaders at the conference, called Future Investment Initiative, wondered if the prince would actually appear, which was added and then mysteriously disappeared from the conference’s online agenda.
Despite the Khashoggi insurgency, Hummed assembled on his second day with discussions focused on capital markets, sovereign wealth funds and investment in Saudi Arabia’s emerging technology sectors.  Although places were made in the hotel’s halls, it was too early to say whether the absence of US banks in the US would be a draft of agreements or open new opportunities for investors from Russia and China.
On Tuesday, Saudi Aramco announced the signing of 15 offers worth more than $ 30 billion with companies in eight countries: the United States, France, China, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Great Britain, South Korea and India.