Algerian Minister of Industry and Mines Youcef Yousfi, co-chair of the forum, said these projects are part of his country's will to develop partnership with Saudi Arabia.
Theresa May has offered "warm words" on human rights, but no action against Saudi Arabia on the war in Yemen or the killing of a Saudi journalist, Jeremy Corbyn has said, challenging May's claim to have been "robust" with the Saudi leader at the G20 summit. On Sunday he landed in Algeria.
A French presidential spokesperson said Macron told bin Salman at the summit that Europeans will insist on worldwide experts being part of the investigations into the Saudi journalist's murder.
Activist Omar Abdulaziz has shared his private conversation between journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in which the late journalist expressed his troubles about Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and how the crown prince wanted "more victims to eat".
Pompeo also declined to comment on a Central Intelligence Agency assessment that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman was involved in journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
Mr Corbyn later pushed Mrs May to reveal what she said to Donald Trump given the United States president's concerns over the Brexit deal. The announcement was made in the presence of the Crown Prince and the Mauritanian president.
Saudi authorities have vehemently denied the crown prince was involved.
In response, Mrs May told him: 'Both I with the Crown Prince MBS and the Foreign Secretary with King Salman we have been absolutely robust in our response to the bad killing of Jamal Khashoggi and we have been clear about the need for those responsible to be held to account'.
The lawsuit says the plaintiff plans to argue that the co-operation between the two activists was "a crucial factor" in the decision to have Khashoggi killed, and that there was a direct link between the surveillance carried out on Abdulaziz and the slaying of the USA -based columnist for the Washington Post.
Saudi Arabia has said the prince had no prior knowledge of the killing.