Saudi Arabia is seeking to have 3 cities among the top 100 global cities in terms of quality of life, Minister of Municipal, Rural Affairs and Housing Majed Al-Hogail said.

During the National Transformation Forum, which is being held in Riyadh, he said that Saudi Arabia is now among the best 17 economies in the world and soon it will be the 15 best.

Saudi Arabia aims that 100 million visitors be able to visit its lands in 2030, and this requires that there be an integrated structure to receive all these visitors, Al-Hogail said.

He also indicated that the Ministry is seeking to prepare an atmosphere to receive investments and investors, as well as its focus on humanizing cities and raising the quality of life within the national transformation program.

The Ministry also aims to provide a suitable environment for housing in cities, in a way that enhances the concept of quality of life and facilitates access to high-quality services, alongside developing the infrastructure.

Al-Hogail said that the private sector would have a major and active role in this.