Saudi ambassador to UK presents credentials to Queen Elizabeth II

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Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan met on Wednesday with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London, where he formally presented a copy of his credentials. (Supplied)
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Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan formally presented a copy of his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II as Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UK on Nov.13, 2019. (Al-Ekhbariya)
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Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan formally presented a copy of his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II as Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UK on Nov.13, 2019. (Al-Ekhbariya)
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Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan formally presented a copy of his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II as Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UK on Nov.13, 2019. (Al-Ekhbariya)
Updated 14 November 2019

Saudi ambassador to UK presents credentials to Queen Elizabeth II

  • Previously, Prince Khaled served as the Saudi envoy to Germany

LONDON: Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan met on Wednesday with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London, where he formally presented a copy of his credentials to the Queen as Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UK.

Earlier, Prince Khalid expressed his wish to serve the Kingdom and its people in the UK and to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two countries.

Previously, Prince Khalid served as the Saudi envoy to Germany.


Organization of Islamic Cooperation says Florida shooting does not represent tolerant values of Saudis

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Organization of Islamic Cooperation says Florida shooting does not represent tolerant values of Saudis

RIYADH: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) expressed Saturday sorrow over the shooting in Florida that killed three and injured several others.

The shooting by a Saudi aviation student took place at the US naval base in Pensacola, Florida. The attacker was shot and killed by police.

The organization condemned the attack in a statement, and stressing that the shooter did not represent the tolerant Islamic values of the Saudi people and all Muslims who believe in “tolerance and moderation.”

The Secretary-General of the OIC, Yousef Al-Othaimeen, offered condolences to the families of the victims and expressed his wishes for a speedy recovery for the injured.