Bin Salman: World can’t last two weeks without Saudi oil exports

In his speech at the International Cyber ​​Security Forum 2022, Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman pointed out that the world could not go two weeks without Saudi oil exports.

The Saudi Energy Minister stressed at a forum held in the capital Riyadh that the energy sector is the most affected by cyber attacks and these attacks are considered weapons without an army or marches, but they have a big impact.

He added that “we must be proactive to fend off cyber threats and governments and organizations must work together to end this problem because cyber attacks are changing rapidly and we need to be aware of this.”

The Saudi minister explained that the world cannot go two to three weeks without Saudi oil exports, noting that the activation of Saudi Arabia’s contingency plans has so far helped save the situation.

And Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said he is always cautious, emphasizing that “one should not take things for granted.”

Source: Saudi Arabian media.