Saudi Ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire receives Liberian FM in Abidjan

Saudi Ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Subaie receives Liberian Foreign Minister Gbehzohngar Findley in Abidjan. (SPA)
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Updated 18 March 2020

Saudi Ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire receives Liberian FM in Abidjan

  • Al-Subaie has been the Saudi ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire and nonresident ambassador to Liberia since 2018

ABIDJAN: Saudi Ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Subaie, who is also nonresident envoy to Liberia, held talks with Liberian Foreign Minister Gbehzohngar Findley, at his office in Abidjan on Tuesday.
The Liberian foreign minister is visiting Cote d’Ivoire. During the meeting they discussed bilateral relations between Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Liberia.
Al-Subaie has been the Saudi ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire and nonresident ambassador to Liberia since 2018.
He recently attended a Liberian parliamentary session. Liberia’s president addressed the session, during which he praised international organizations, including the Saudi Fund for Development, for their financial support to his country in its efforts to develop its infrastructure.

 


Saudi foreign minister calls for ‘transparent and independent’ Beirut explosion investigation

Updated 09 August 2020

Saudi foreign minister calls for ‘transparent and independent’ Beirut explosion investigation

  • Prince Faisal bin Farhan told an emergency donors conference that Saudi Arabia stands with Lebanon
  • Minister condemns 'destructive hegemony' of Hezbollah, which has history of storing explosive materials among civilians

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia called for a transparent and independent investigation into the Beirut explosion, the Kingdom’s foreign minister said on Sunday.
Prince Faisal bin Farhan told an emergency donors conference that Saudi Arabia stands with Lebanon. He described the explosion that killed more than 150 people as “horrific.”

Prince Faisal said strong state institutions that work for the interests of the Lebanese people are vital to the reform required to guarantee Lebanon's political and economic future.
“The continued destructive hegemony of the terrorist organization Hezbollah worries us all, and we all know this organization’s history of using explosive materials and storing them among civilians in several Arab and European countries and in north and south America.”
“Lebanon is in dire need of comprehensive and urgent political and economic reform to ensure that this terrible disaster will not occur again,” he said.

He added that four planes carrying Saudi aid have arrived in Beirut.
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) has provided 290 tons of medical equipment, food supplies and housing materials.

The conference was hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron.