Saudi Arabia announces the appointment of 3 women attaches to its embassies



The Saudi capital, Riyadh

Today, Sunday, the Saudi Minister of Education, Hamad bin Muhammad Al Sheikh, issued decisions to assign a number of cultural attachés in several Gulf, Arab and friendly countries, including 3 women.

Commissioning decisions included, “Amal Bint Jamil Fatani, a cultural attaché in Britain, Fahdah bint Abdulaziz Al Sheikh, a cultural attaché in Ireland, Ahmed bin Abdullah Al-Freih cultural attaché in Egypt, Issa bin Fahd Al-Rumaih cultural attaché in Jordan, and Saad bin Mohammed Al Shabana cultural attaché in Kuwait And Yousry Bint Hussein Al-Jazaeri, Chargé d’Affairs of Morocco

The ministry pointed out that “the decisions come to enhance the Kingdom’s educational and cultural presence at the international level, activating areas of joint cooperation, exchanging scientific and research experiences, and coordinating granting students to study in the Kingdom, as well as supervising scholarship students, facilitating their educational journey, and investing their capabilities to serve the country and participate In his future development. ”

She added, “Assigning Saudi women to work as a cultural attaché is a precedent that is the first of its kind in this important and vital sector in building relationships, coordinating efforts, and promoting cultural and civilized partnerships between countries.”

The ministry emphasized that the women in charge “are in this position for the first time in the history of the Kingdom.”

Source: “The Saudi Ministry of Education Website”


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