The Kingdom has proven its ability to manage crises in various fields, and to employ its outputs for people and places, in a way that guarantees a decent life and comprehensive development, and in a way that does not affect the continuity of the development process, regardless of the severity and complexity of these crises, internally or externally.
Since the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz assumed power, and with the support of his dean and architect of the vision, Crown Prince and Prime Minister Prince Muhammad bin Salman, the Kingdom dazzles the world in how to manage crises, and has even become a model to be followed globally, and many countries seek to implement it and even teach it. and presenting it as an example that must be applied in facing crises.
What contributed to the Kingdom’s achievement of these successes in crisis management is that the wise plans led by the Crown Prince depend on separating dealing with a specific crisis from the course of the comprehensive development process, by allocating specific work teams with specific responsibilities whose mission is to confront crises, while other teams continue their work in The rest of the fields are military, economic, political, or otherwise, in a way that ensures that aspects of progress and prosperity are not disrupted.
Perhaps many experiences confirm the Kingdom’s unique policy in crisis management, with the continuity of making qualitative achievements, foremost of which is the Yemeni crisis, and the Corona pandemic, as it practiced in the first a long-term policy, focusing on consensus, whatever the differences, leading to a peace process, and in the second strict decisions and instructions, Covered with the usual humanity of the Kingdom, in dealing with residents equally with the citizen, and taking unprecedented precautionary steps that contributed to overcoming this crisis with the least human losses.
During the past eight years, which is the age of the Yemeni crisis, passing through the Corona pandemic, the Kingdom has achieved achievements and reforms at the internal and external levels and in all fields that were not achieved in decades, which confirms the ability to manage crises, in a way that does not make them – and this is the most important – an obstacle in The way to achieve hopes and aspirations, and what has been achieved most of them. The Kingdom’s unique experience in crisis management, and the international admiration and appreciation it has received, will not make it isolated from dealing professionally with the Sudanese crisis and finding appropriate solutions to it, in a way that guarantees the return of security, safety and stability to the brotherly Sudanese people.