11 newly appointed Saudi ambassadors sworn in

11 newly appointed Saudi ambassadors sworn in
King Salman receives 11 newly appointed Saudi ambassadors at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh on Sunday. (SPA)
Updated 19 November 2018

11 newly appointed Saudi ambassadors sworn in

11 newly appointed Saudi ambassadors sworn in
  • The ambassadors were sworn in on Sunday

Eleven newly appointed Saudi ambassadors were sworn in before King Salman at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh on Sunday.

The new ambassadors to Morocco — Abdullah bin Saad Al-Ghariri; New Zealand — Abdul Rahman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Suhaibani; Azerbaijan — Hamad bin Abdullah bin Khudair; Peru — Walid bin Abdullah Muqeem; Guinea — Hussein bin Nasser Al-Dakhilullah; Lebanon — Walid bin Abdullah Bukhari; Brunei — Imad bin Abdul Aziz Al-Muhanna; Nepal — Musaed bin Sulaiman Al-Marwani; Algeria — Abdul Aziz bin Ibrahim Al-Omairini; Eritrea — Saqr bin Sulaiman Al-Qurashi; and Gabon — Abdul Rahman bin Salam Al-Dahhas, were all sworn in.

Each ambassador recited the oath, “I swear by Almighty Allah to be faithful to my religion, and to my king and my country; to never reveal any state secrets; to preserve the Kingdom’s interests and laws at home and abroad; and to perform my duty with sincerity, honesty and loyalty.”

The ceremony was attended by Interior Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif bin Abdul Aziz, Minister of State Musaad bin Mohammed Al-Aiban, Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir, and Saudi Ambassador to Australia Musaed bin Ibrahim Al-Saleem.