Saudi ambassadors-designate take oath of office before King Salman
Saudi Ambassadors-designate to a number of brotherly and friendly countries took the oath of office at Al-Yamamah Palace before Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman.
The newly-appointed envoys who took the oath are Ambassador to the Republic of Cameroon Dr. Faisal Bin Saud Al-Mejfel; Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia Faisal Bin Abdullah Al-Amudi; Ambassador to the Republic of Kazakhstan Faisal Bin Hanif Al-Qahtani; Ambassador to the Republic of Ghana Sultan Bin Abdulrahman Al-Dakhil.
Others who the oath are, Ambassador to the Republic of Zambia Ali Bin Saad Al-Qahtani; Ambassador to the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire Saad Bin Bakhit Al-Quthami; Ambassador to the Republic of Gabon Farraj Nader Farraj Bin Nader; Ambassador to the Commonwealth of Australia Sultan Bin Fahd Bin Khazim.
Ambassador to the Republic of Finland Nisreen Bint Hamad Al-Shibel, Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea Dr. Fahad Bin Eid Al-Rashidi, and Ambassador and Head of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Mission to the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC) Haifa Bint Abdulrahman Al-Jedia also took the oath.
They said, "I swear by Allah Almighty to be loyal to my religion, King, and homeland, not to divulge a secret of State's secrets, to maintain its interests and regulations at home and abroad, and to perform my duties with honesty, integrity and sincerity''.
The oath-taking ceremony was attended by Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Eng. Walid Bin Abdulkareem Al-Khariji, and Assistant Special Secretary to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Tamim bin Abdulaziz Al-Salem.