Al-Khuraiji appointed as deputy minister of foreign affairs

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RIYADH — Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman issued on Wednesday three royal orders, picking two deputy ministers and making another key appointment.

The first decree appointed Waleed Al-Khuraiji as deputy minister of foreign affairs with the rank of minister.

Al-Khuraiji was Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Turkey until recently. He has also served as agriculture minister.

The other two decrees saw the appointment of Eng. Abdullah bin Mohammed Bin Sulaiman Al-Bdair as deputy minister of housing and Dr. Bandar bin Asaad Bin Ahmed Al-Sajan as director-general of the Institute of Public Administration (IPA).

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