Riyadh: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has announced the creation of a carbon-free city in New Zealand.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman of the Gulf state of Saudi Arabia had started dozens of development works under Vision 2030 to take the state to the heights of development, which was gradually completed.

The Crown Prince has announced the establishment of a carbon-free Dhalan city in New York City, which will be free from noise, commotion, pollution, and traffic jams, and integrated societies will be established in the city with the help of artificial intelligence.

Zalin will implement the goals of the Saudi Vision 2030. It will provide 380,000 jobs and will be a city of one million people with an area of ​​170 km.

According to foreign media reports, the city will contribute 180 billion riyals to Saudi Arabia’s gross national product by 2030.

Media sources said that the city will have all the modern facilities, medical centers, schools, and recreational resources will be provided.

Residents will be able to access the greenery on foot in 5 minutes. High-speed transport will be arranged here.

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