Saudi Ministry of Sports Showcases Capabilities at “Media Oasis” in Paris

RIYADH - The Ministry of Sports of Saudi Arabia is participating in the "Media Oasis" event in Paris, France, organized by the Ministry of Media. This event coincides with Saudi Arabia's participation in the 173rd General Assembly for the selection of the host country for Expo 2030, from November 26 to 28.

According to Saudi Press Agency, the ministry's pavilion at "Media Oasis" aims to demonstrate the Kingdom's capacity to host significant international events, in line with Saudi Arabia's 2030 Vision for investment in sports. The pavilion emphasizes the ministry's commitment to sustainability, showcased by hosting major sports events like the Formula 1 race and Extreme E race, and highlights the development of sports events in the Kingdom. It also focuses on women's participation in sports and the strategies for its development, featuring a unified digital platform for sports clubs. With over 80 international sports events already hosted and more than 2.6 million attendees, the Kingdom is planning to organize over 33 sports events until the end of 2024 and is preparing to host the AFC Asian Cup 2027, the Asian Winter Games (Trojena 2029), and the Asian Games 2034.

Saudi Ministry of Sports Showcases Capabilities at “Media Oasis” in Paris

RIYADH - The Ministry of Sports of Saudi Arabia is participating in the "Media Oasis" event in Paris, France, organized by the Ministry of Media. This event coincides with Saudi Arabia's participation in the 173rd General Assembly for the selection of the host country for Expo 2030, from November 26 to 28.

According to Saudi Press Agency, the ministry's pavilion at "Media Oasis" aims to demonstrate the Kingdom's capacity to host significant international events, in line with Saudi Arabia's 2030 Vision for investment in sports. The pavilion emphasizes the ministry's commitment to sustainability, showcased by hosting major sports events like the Formula 1 race and Extreme E race, and highlights the development of sports events in the Kingdom. It also focuses on women's participation in sports and the strategies for its development, featuring a unified digital platform for sports clubs. With over 80 international sports events already hosted and more than 2.6 million attendees, the Kingdom is planning to organize over 33 sports events until the end of 2024 and is preparing to host the AFC Asian Cup 2027, the Asian Winter Games (Trojena 2029), and the Asian Games 2034.