Important royal decisions for all citizens and residents and the appointment of new personalities in these important positions!


The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, presided over the last session of the Saudi Cabinet at the Peace Palace in Jeddah this morning, according to the Saudi Press Agency, “SPA”.

The Council took important decisions during this meeting, including new appointments in the cabinet and ambassadorial posts.

Appointment of new ambassadors

At this meeting, the Saudi Cabinet approved the appointment of the following ambassadors:

  • Ambassador Khalid bin Ibrahim bin Mohammed Al-Saghir.
  • Ambassador Abdul Malik bin Ali bin Abdul Rahman Al-Yousifi.
  • Ambassador d. Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab bin Muhammad Ali Naqli.
  • Ambassador Muhanna bin Saleh bin Abdulaziz Abu Al-Khail.
  • Ambassador Saeed bin Othman bin Ahmed Sweid.
  • Ambassador Abdul Aziz bin Mohammed bin Omar Al Wasl.
  • Appointment of new delegate ministers

In addition to the ambassadorial appointments, the Saudi Cabinet made new appointments for the following delegate minister positions:

  • Minister delegate Yusuf bin Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al-Awda.
  • Minister delegate Suleiman bin Mohammed bin Suleiman Anbar.
  • Minister delegate Badr bin Ibrahim bin Majul Al-Mallah Al-Otaibi.
  • Minister delegate Noura bint Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman Al-Bassam.
  • Minister delegate Issa bin Abdul Rahman bin Hassan al-Mafi al-Maliki.
  • Minister of Delegate Abdul Majeed bin Hamad bin Abdul Rahman Al-Shaaban Al-Dosari.
  • Minister delegate Fares bin Ashian bin Huraybish Al-Sumairi Al-Otaibi.
  • Minister Delegate Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Saleh Khalif Al-Ghamdi.
  • Minister delegate Saud bin Saad bin Dawahi Al-Hafi Al-Otaibi.
  • Minister delegate Fahd bin Khalid bin Inad Al-Khamali.
  • Minister delegate Sultan bin Muhams bin Sultan Al-Daufin Al-Qahtani.
  • Minister delegate Mishaal bin Mutlaq bin Dhawi Al-Shammari.
  • Minister delegate Abd al-Ilah bin Abd al-Muhsin bin Abd al-Karim al-Jibreen.
  • Minister Delegate Abdullah bin Nasser bin Rashid Al-Daoud.
  • Minister of Delegate Magda bint Saleh bin Bin Al-Otaibi.
  • Minister Delegate Abdulaziz bin Gharman bin Mufreh Al-Mahmoud Al-Omari.
  • Minister Delegate Dr. Saleh bin Ali bin Ismail Al-Budaiwi.
  • Minister delegate Ahmed bin Freih bin Humaid Al-Arifi Al-Harthy.
  • Minister of Delegate Aseel bint Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Shuhail.
  • Minister Delegate Talal bin Mohammed bin Mutlaq Al-Fadani Al-Anzi.
  • Minister delegate Ibrahim bin Humaid bin Ibrahim al-Faqih al-Ghamdi.
  • Minister delegate Abd al-Rahman bin Khalil bin Hamdan al-Khudaydi.
  • Minister delegate Nisreen, daughter of Ahmed bin Awad Al-Sabban.
  • Minister delegate Hani bin Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim.
  • Minister Delegate Faris bin Suleiman bin Muhammad Al-Mudawj.
  • Minister delegate Muhammad bin Tarif bin Azzam Al-Faqir Al-Anzi.
  • Minister of Delegate Abdullah bin Salem bin Ayed Al-Subaie Al-Anzi.

These new appointments strengthen the Saudi government formation and reflect the Kingdom’s commitment to strengthening work and communication at the international level. It is expected that the new role of ambassadors and ministers will contribute to strengthening bilateral relations with other countries and enhancing cooperation in various fields.

These appointments come within the framework of the continuous efforts to promote development and progress in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This step forms part of the ongoing interest in enhancing cooperation and exchanging experiences in the fields of politics, economy and culture.

With these appointments, the Saudi Ministerial Council enhances its ability to achieve its goals in promoting sustainable development and strengthening the Kingdom’s position on the international scene.

The new ministerial formation is an important step in the development of the Saudi government, and reflects its commitment to strengthening effective administration, strengthening government work in the service of citizens, and achieving progress and comprehensive prosperity for the Kingdom.

With these decisions, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia reaffirms its commitment to strengthening international cooperation and strengthening its role in international forums. It reflects the Kingdom’s direction towards a more advanced and prosperous future for its people and society.

These are the new appointments in the Saudi government, which will undoubtedly contribute to enhancing cooperation and sustainable development in the Kingdom and at the international level.

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