MUHAMMADIYAH.OR.ID, JAKARTA – The Saudi Arabian Ambassador and Muhammadiyah leaderships discuss possible collaboration in several areas such as education, economy, and business.
President of Muhammadiyah Haedar Nashir mentioned that Muhammadiyah has 171 higher education institutions ready for collaboration.
“Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) has collaborated with Saudi Arabia in conducting student exchange and international seminar on global religious issues,” said Haedar Nashir in the reciprocal visit to the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Monday (July 17), following the visit of the Saudi Arabian Ambassador H.E. Faisal bin Abdullah Al-Amudi to the Muhammadiyah Office of Jakarta on Wednesday (June 7)
Muhammadiyah is currently focusing on economic and business development and seeks the Embassy’s support in connecting with Saudi Arabian entrepreneurs.
Accompanied by the General Secretary of Muhammadiyah Abdul Mu’ti and the Chairman of Muhammadiyah Syafiq Mughni, Haedar also congratulated the Saudi Arabian government on successfully organizing the 2023 Hajj pilgrimage.
The reciprocal visit also aimed to accept an invitation from the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the Islamic Summit in Mecca on August 13-14, 2023.
Furthermore, the Saudi Arabian Ambassador H.E. Faisal bin Abdullah Al-Amudi welcomed the collaboration proposed by Muhammadiyah.
“Muhammadiyah as a huge Islamic organization has made significant impacts on the Islamic world, so this partnership will benefit people,” said H.E. Faisal bin Abdullah Al-Amudi.