Saudi King Receives Credentials of new Ambassadors
King Salman bin Abdulaziz, received at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh the credentials of a number of ambassadors
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, received at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh on Sunday the credentials of a number of ambassadors.
The diplomats included Non-resident Ambassador of Republic of Namibia Javic Isaac, Non-resident Ambassador of Republic of Ecuador Rafael Chiribpgo, Ambassador of Republic of Uzbekistan Ulugbek Maksudov; Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Jo Byung-Wook; Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco Mustafa AlMansouri; Ambassador of Australia Ridwaan Jadwat; Ambassador of the Republic of Greece Ioannis Taghis; Ambassador of the Republic of Ireland Gerard McCoy; Ambassador of the Republic of Finland Antti Rytovuori; Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium Dominique Menor; Ambassador of the Republic of Ethiopia Abdulaziz Ahmed Adam; Ambassador of the Republic of Switzerland Ander Schaller; Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany Jorg Ranau; Ambassador of the Argentine Republic Marcelo Fabian Gilardoni; Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq Qahtan Taha Khalaf; Non-resident Ambassador of the Republic of Nicaragua Mohamed Mohamed El-Ashtar Ferrara; and Ambassador of the Czech Republic Juraj Koudelka.
The King welcomed the diplomats in the Kingdom, sending his greetings to the leaders of their states, wishing them all success in their missions to enhance and develop relations between Riyadh and their countries.
For their part, the ambassadors conveyed the greetings of their leaders to the King, expressing their thanks for the warm welcome and generous hospitality accorded to them.
The handing-over ceremony was attended by Minister of State, Cabinet's Member and the Chief of the Royal Court Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al-Issa; Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr. Nizar bin Obaid Madani, Chief of Royal Protocol Khalid bin Saleh Al-Abbad, Chief of Royal Guard General Suhail bin Saqr Al-Mutairi, and Undersecretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Protocol Affairs Azzam bin Abdul Karim Al-Qain