Saudi Arabia signed the Riyadh Convention on Judicial Cooperation between States of the Arab League in Riyadh in April 1983 and it was ratified on 11 May 2000. The Riyadh Convention deals with the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards, without reviewing the subject matter of the underlying dispute, provided that such judgments or arbitral awards do not violate public order, morality or the constitution of the State in which enforcement is being sought, or the overriding principles of Shariah law.
Write a short summary of the convention. The summary should be limited to the jurisdictional issues and recognition and enforcement of judgments. It should include a comparison to the Saudi laws and how it conforms to the convention.
Link to the convention: https://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6b38d8.html