"Arab Digital Capitals" Initiative

The "Arab Digital Capitals" Initiative Is An Initiative Created By The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia For The Purpose Of Highlighting the Digital Efforts Exerted By The Arab Countries. It Comes Within The Framework Of The "Joint Arab Digital Declaration," Aimed At Unifying The Arab Orientations In ICT And Digital Transformation, That Was Issued By The 23rd Session Of The Council Of Arab Ministers Of Communications And Information Technology Held In The Saudi Capital Riyadh On 21 Rabie Al-Akhir 1441 AH Equivalent To 18 December 2019.

Goals and Principles

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has proposed the initiative to achieve three goals for the Arab world: strengthening digital societies, stimulating youth skills, creating opportunities that enable young people to build a digital economy, according to the following five principles:

  1. Our goal is digital economy
  2. Our engine is our youth
  3. Our fuel is our data
  4. Our innovation is our inspiration
  5. Our union is our strength