Saudi foreign minister meets heads of G-20 countries’ delegations to KSA

1 / 3
Saudi foreign minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan met with ambassadors and heads of delegations of the G20 countries to Saudi Arabia on Thursday. (SPA)
2 / 3
Saudi foreign minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan met with ambassadors and heads of delegations of the G20 countries to Saudi Arabia on Thursday. (SPA)
3 / 3
Saudi foreign minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan met with ambassadors and heads of delegations of the G20 countries to Saudi Arabia on Thursday. (SPA)
Short Url
Updated 10 January 2020

Saudi foreign minister meets heads of G-20 countries’ delegations to KSA

  • The meeting took place at the headquarters of Prince Saud Al-Faisal Institute for Diplomatic Studies in Riyadh

RIYADH: On Thursday, Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan met with ambassadors and heads of delegations of the G20 countries to Saudi Arabia and countries invited to participate in the Kingdom’s Presidency of the G20 program this year.

The meeting took place at the headquarters of Prince Saud Al-Faisal Institute for Diplomatic Studies in Riyadh in the presence of Saudi minister and member of the high and preparatory committees for Saudi Arabia’s G20 summit Fahad Al-Mubarak, and Fahd Al-Tunisi, advisor at the royal court and secretary-general of the Saudi Secretariat for the G20.

The minister welcomed the visitors, outlined the Kingdom’s ambitious program for the G20 presidency, and stressed the importance of strengthening international cooperation to achieve the group’s goals.


Saudi CERT warns against phishing attacks in relation to COVID-19

Updated 10 April 2020

Saudi CERT warns against phishing attacks in relation to COVID-19

JEDDAH: The Saudi Computer Emergency Response Team (Saudi CERT) has warned that people are using the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic to initiate online phishing scams and attempt to steal personal information.

“Be careful and beware of messages that you could receive from fake accounts under the name of  the Ministry of Health asking you to click on an unknown link,” Saudi CERT wrote on Twitter.

Saudi CERT shared a number of tips to avoid falling for such scams: “Continuously follow reliable news sources from the Ministry of Health’s official accounts, make sure that the messages received are from official accounts and check with the sender before opening anonymous links.”