Al-Jazeera – SPA:
His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, chairman of the General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage, issued a decree that approved the start of the expropriation of a group of real estate in one of the archeological sites of the Al Kharj County Council for the Public Interest. This property is located in Al-Kharj's archeological area in the Al-Kharj area of Riyadh. The General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage adopted the expropriation order for public benefit issued by royal decree no. (M / 15) dated 11/3/1424 AH. This decision complies with the General Authority's Tourism and National Heritage Directives for the conservation of archaeological and historical sites. Therefore, the studies are conducted and reconfigured to be available for visit and development later. A committee of the tourism authority, the emirate, the municipality and the Ministry of Justice and Finance is currently set up to assess the remuneration of the property in the presence of the owner or his representative. The Al-Kharj Governor is characterized by many important archeological sites, some of which go back to 100,000 years according to the results of international field missions monitored by the Commission. These field layers also recorded other sites dating to the early Islamic era, mainly the foundation of a mosque and water channels used for irrigation and agriculture.