On 23 March 2014, a governmental Saudi delegation paid a study visit to the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration. The visit was a part of a legal training on international law conducted by Volterra Fietta, an international law firm. The delegation was composed of 8 lawyers from the Royal Court, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Petroleum accompanied by trainers from Volterra Fietta.
As a part of an extensive training program, the visit was meant to provide the trainees with a practical insight into the functioning of international organizations and arbitral institutions and provide them with an opportunity to engage with individuals who work with international law on a daily basis.
Trainees listened to a detailed presentation on the works and functioning of the Centre followed by a questions and answers session.
It is notable that the first study visit organized to the Centre by Volterra Fietta took place in 2012 and also involved Saudi Officials.