Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Saudi Arabia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Mohammed Al-Adeek has reaffirmed his country’s commitment to empowering women to play their part. In the community.
Al-Adeeq, in his address to the United Nations Executive Committee on Women and Gender, said, “Over the past few years, the Kingdom has seen extensive reforms in the field of human rights. By amending the regulations and legal foundations, many steps have been taken to ensure that women enjoy their rights on an equal footing with men, which has contributed to the advancement of women’s rights and empowerment.
He added: “Many legal frameworks have been amended and published to achieve equality between women and men, especially the transport system, the travel document system, the civil status system, the labor system and the social insurance system.”
She continued, “As a result of these accelerated reforms in the Saudi Women’s File, the World Bank’s Women, Trade and Law ‘for 2020 and 2021 ranked Saudi Arabia as one of the nations of the world in implementing reforms related to women’s laws and regulations, and in the Kingdom in five indicators ( 100) Received full marks: Movement, Workplace, Entrepreneurship, Retirement and Salary.
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