WASHINGTON — Male and female Saudi scholarship students gave their pledge of allegiance to Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, by placing their fingerprints on a graffiti, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Sunday.
This event took place during the celebration of Eid Al-Fitr feast organized by the Saudi Cultural Attaché office in Washington in the presence of some 300 people.
Cultural Attaché Dr. Muhammad Al-Isa congratulated all Saudi scholarship students in the US on the occasion of Eid.
He said the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, whose goals were engineered by Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, will be achieved by the efforts of the sons of the Kingdom who share the same vision.
The guests visited the King Abdullah Cultural Hall that contains national heritage monuments and samples of ancient Saudi wear.
The Eid Al-Fitr gathering for exchange of greetings also included recitation of some poems and folklore songs by several scholarship students.
The Saudi Students’ Clubs, the Saudi House in Washington and the Saudi clubs in the universities of Marymount, George Mason and Howard participated in organizing the function.