Riyadh, Safar 18, 1436, Dec 10, 2014, SPA -- Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of local and international issues.
Alsharq, Alwatan and Okaz newspapers commented on Doha's GCC summit yesterday, saying that the summit clearly has established its success before convening by the supplementary agreement reached by the leaders of the countries: Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates in Riyadh.
The newspapers said that the summit opened a new page in the history of the GCC relations and that great hopes by the peoples of the GCC countries are pinned on the GCC leaders.
The newspapers stressed the need to continue to mobilize GCC efforts and implement its decisions on strengthening the work of the GCC security system and continue to support efforts to combat terrorism at the level of the GCC, Arab and world levels.
Al-Riyadh, Almadinah and Alyoum newspapers highlighted the Saudi cabinet reshuffle, saying that it came to rejuvenate the government.
The newspapers said that the new ministers should work hard to prove that they deserve the king's trust by doing everything in their power to develop their ministries.
The newspapers described the reshuffle as the biggest reshuffle yet in the reign of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
The newspapers said that reshuffle concentrated mainly on the service ministries sector which needs to keep pace with reform.
10:55 LOCAL TIME 07:55 GMT
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