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Sep. 10, 19 | 11:20 am

Saudi Arabia has highlighted its efforts to preserve the coral reefs of Red Sea at the 4th World Conference of Managers of World Maritime Heritage Sites in Alaska, Saudi Gazette reported.

A delegation from the kingdom has attended the conference organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and noted that it is launching several initiatives to manage the coral reefs in the Red Sea.

Those included in the delegation include representatives from Ministry of Culture (which is also a sponsor of the event) and the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture. Officials from mega projects being implemented in the context of Vision 2030 such as NEOM, Red Sea Project, and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology also attended the summit.

The delegation from the kingdom also highlighted its usage of the latest technology and how it is in collaboration with industry experts to manage the marine environment of the Red Sea.

The coral reefs in the north of the Red Sea have become the center of talks about marine preservation for their notable resilience to climate change. The Ministry of Culture has been working with UNESCO as well to classify coral and other unique sites in the Red Sea to be able to preserve them as natural assets for the future.

The conference, organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) at Alaska, USA, was attended by representatives of groups that focus on marine environment and heritage around the world. It put a focus on issues concerning world marine heritage.

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