Abdullah bin Hajjaj Al-Mutairi, Saudi ambassador to Georgia

Abdullah bin Hajjaj Al-Mutairi
Updated 25 April 2019
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Abdullah bin Hajjaj Al-Mutairi, Saudi ambassador to Georgia

  • Al-Mutairi has a master’s degree in political science from Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco
  • He previously served as the Kingdom’s envoy to Bangladesh

Abdullah bin Hajjaj Al-Mutairi is Saudi Arabia’s newly appointed ambassador to Georgia.

He previously served as the Kingdom’s envoy to Bangladesh and was deputy consul general at the Saudi Consulate in Houston. He was also head of the consular section in the Kingdom’s embassies of Morocco, Britain, the Philippines and Canada.

Al-Mutairi has a master’s degree in political science from Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco.

He was among a number of newly appointed Saudi ambassadors recently sworn-in before King Salman at Al-Yamamah Palace, in Riyadh.

The other appointees were ambassadors to the US, Austria, Cameroon, Cyprus, the UK, and Indonesia namely Princess Reema bint Bandar, Prince Abdullah bin Khaled bin Sultan, Abdulilah Mohammed Al-Shuaibi, Khaled bin Mohammed Al-Sharif, Prince Khaled bin Bandar, and Essam bin Abed Al-Thaqafi respectively.

Each envoy swore an oath of office during the ceremony which was attended by Interior Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif, Foreign Minister Dr. Ibrahim Al-Assaf, Minister of State Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al-Issa, and Assistant Special Secretary to King Salman Tamim bin Abdul Aziz Al-Salem.


Saudi Ministry: Improved pilgrim services have had positive impact

The program produced more than 40 initiatives concerned with pilgrims’ services during their stay in Saudi Arabia. (SPA)
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Saudi Ministry: Improved pilgrim services have had positive impact

  • French Consul General Mustapha Mihraj said that King Salman’s government had exerted vigorous efforts to facilitate Hajj and Umrah rituals for pilgrims

MAKKAH: Bassam Ghulman, deputy minister for transportation affairs at the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, said that the Cabinet’s decision to improve pilgrims’ services has created a positive impact, and served as a starting point for promoting the goals of Saudi Vision 2030.
This came during the signing ceremony of 19 partnerships with public, non-profit and private sector bodies, signed by the governing council of the Tawafa Organization for Pilgrims from Turkey, Europe, America and Australia on Thursday in Jeddah. The ceremony was attended by representatives from the US, UK, France and Turkey.
The organization’s chairman, Tariq Ankawi, noted that all partnerships fell within the “2019 Initiatives,” a program by the organization inspired by Saudi Vision 2030, which aims to “promote local content, create partnerships and improve the Hajj experience.” The program produced more than 40 initiatives concerned with pilgrims’ services and their needs during their stay in the Kingdom. 
French Consul General Mustapha Mihraj said that King Salman’s government had exerted vigorous efforts to facilitate Hajj and Umrah rituals for pilgrims.