200 taxis will be repaired. Such a project has been announced to beautify the city and improve the quality of life of the people. Also, the aim is to implement the concept of Smart City, use the latest technology to install billboards and achieve economic sustainability. This was said by the municipality officials.
Passengers do not have to pay in Saudi if taxis are not metered. Taxis will be free for them. In family taxis driven by women, an adult female passenger is mandatory. Drivers who do not follow the rules will have their licenses revoked. And strong action will be taken against them. Passengers should not sit in taxis and smoke. Eating, not wearing a seat belt, etc. should also not be done. Tampering with seats or other items in the taxi may result in termination of the journey by the driver. A complaint can also be filed showing these issues. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia has warned travelers to avoid traveling in taxis with poor infrastructure. The Saudi Ministry of Transport has released a notice in this regard for the passengers.
Avoid traveling in taxis with non-functioning meters and air conditioners. The ministry advised the passengers that they should avoid the journey even if the vehicle is not clean.
Saudi always with Gaza; Saudi Foreign Minister Amir Faisal bin Farhan
Jeddah: Saudi Foreign Minister Amir Faisal bin Farhan said that Saudi Arabia is always with Gaza and wants a permanent ceasefire in Gaza. Saudi said this in a speech at the UN Security Council attended by members of the Arab-Islamic Ministerial Committee and the Chinese Foreign Minister. Israel’s current claims of self-defense are false. Israel’s peace initiatives are not clear. Saudi Foreign Minister Amir Faisal bin Farhan has stated that it is clear that there has been no major international intervention in the case of Gaza.
The problem needs to be solved quickly. A temporary ceasefire is insufficient. He said that there is no need for a permanent ceasefire. Before the speech at the Security Council, Saudi Arabia also clarified its position on the issue of Palestine in a press conference held at the UN headquarters in New York.