Sunday, July 1, 2012

Saudi Arabia: My Home for 17 Years was Indeed a Rich Country

I witness many dramatic events and great changes of the country. The Kingdom had become my home for the past 17 years while Philippines is my country – I started to like and love its very colorful history. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will celebrate its 82 years of progress and prosperity from the time the oil was discovered in 1930s – the most vital asset that brings economic and cultural changes to the country. The country is also on its 80 years when Arabia was unified into a Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on September 23, 1932.



From its oil wealth, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is robustly standing among the super powers of the world. Saudi Arabia had become a country for humanity. Million of people around the world have invested their talents, efforts and hard works to help develop Saudi Arabia – including ten of thousand investors to do business in the Kingdom. The country helped million of people to reach their dreams come true.

At present the Kingdom has eleven oil refineries located in the different parts of Saudi Arabia that produce thousands of barrels of oil per day and created thousands jobs for domestic and foreign workers alike. For the past 17 years, I lived with the fresh and the warm desert air of Saudi Arabia, I learned that there are already six Monarchy Kings from King Abdul Aziz Al-Saud to the present King Abdullah -  who have thoughtfully worked hard to make the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a paradise place to live in for its citizens and foreign workers as well.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia celebrates its National Day every September 23 of the year. It symbolizes their national unity and sets best example of solidarity between leaders and citizens.

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