Saudi Arabia is preparing well for the G20 summit this year and welcoming visitors to the Kingdom, said Saudi Arabia\u2019s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman alongside other senior ministers at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.\r\n\u201cYou can get your visa in five minutes. Seeing [Saudi] is better than imagining it. Come over and visit,\u201d said Prince Abdulaziz, concluding the \u201cStrategic priorities for Saudi Arabia's G20 presidency in 2020\u201d panel alongside senior ministers from the Kingdom.\r\nThe G20 summit provides an opportunity for the Kingdom to advance \u201csome of the new ideas that Saudi Arabia is putting forward, whether in policy options or the like, where other countries particularly low income can use to promote their economy,\u201d said Saudi Arabia\u2019s Finance Minister Mohammed al-Jadaan.\r\nIt is also an opportunity \u201cto receive the G20 guests, to show them what Saudi Arabia is about, to show them how hospitable we are and what we can show them as a country,\u201d he added.\r\nThe panel - Prince Abdulaziz, alongside Minister of Finance Mohammed al-Jadaan, Minister of Communications Abdullah Alswaha, Minister of Economy Mohammad Al Tuwaijri, and Assistant Minister to the Minister of Commerce Dr. Eiman Al-Mutairi \u2013 also discussed a range of topics ranging from AI to climate change.\r\n\r\nEnergy security\r\nOne of the key topics discussed on the panel was energy security.\r\nThe Kingdom has the \u201cability to be the savior of the so-called concept of energy security,\u201d said Prince Abdulaziz.\r\n\u201cWe are trying to monetize every element of this hydrocarbon resource that we have \u2026 The engineers say it is doable, the finance say it is doable,\u201d explained Prince Abdulaziz.\r\nHe added that the G20 was an opportunity to showcase Saudi Arabia\u2019s energy progress and that it was \u201cattending to its own energy requirements.\u201d\r\nPrince Abdulaziz also brought attention to the Kingdom\u2019s trillion-tree initiative.\r\n\u201cWe in Saudi Arabia have this initiative of a trillion trees to be grown by everybody,\u201d he said, adding that \u201cYou cannot attend to energy sustainability and stability without looking at every option there is. We have to agree that we have to be energy-source neutral. We will make sure the winner takes it all,\u201d he said.\r\nHe called on the world to combat dumping and added that the Kingdom had called on the G20 to act on climate change.