Virtually and in attendance.. the Saudi ambassador to Spain meets with students

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He listened to their suggestions and promised to solve all their difficulties

The Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Kingdom of Spain, Azzam bin Abdul Karim Al-Qain, held at the embassy headquarters in Madrid today a virtual and in presence meeting with students on scholarships and studying at their own expense in Spain.

During the meeting, Ambassador Al-Qain expressed his happiness to meet the ambassadors of the country, and his desire to meet them in presence, had it not been for the circumstances imposed by the pandemic, noting the support, care, care, encouragement and harnessing of the potentials that help them achieve their dreams and build the future of their country.

Al-Qain said: “There is no doubt that the state, since its inception, has taken care of its children in all fields, and this was evident during the Corona pandemic, and its keenness on its sons and daughters students abroad, providing the capabilities and means to ensure their safety and reassurance about them, and following up on their affairs, their families and their companions.”

He added, “Your country expects you to contribute to its progress, prosperity, security and stability, and looks forward to your return, just as you look forward to fulfilling your role with honesty and diligence, and to contribute to the development process. the world”.

Ambassador Al-Qain praised the efforts of the Cultural Attaché in Madrid for standing in the service of male and female students, the constant communication with them in such circumstances, and the constant coordination with the embassy, ​​offering his thanks to everyone for their patience, awareness and national responsibility under these difficult circumstances.

He listened to the students’ interventions and their questions and suggestions, as he promised them to solve all the difficulties and obstacles that stand in their way.

The meeting was attended by a number of embassy and cultural attaché employees, and a number of female students who were keen to participate in this meeting.

Virtually and in attendance.. The Saudi ambassador to Spain meets with scholarship students and scholars

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The Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Kingdom of Spain, Azzam bin Abdul Karim Al-Qain, held at the embassy headquarters in Madrid today a virtual and in presence meeting with students on scholarships and studying at their own expense in Spain.

During the meeting, Ambassador Al-Qain expressed his happiness to meet the ambassadors of the country, and his desire to meet them in presence, had it not been for the circumstances imposed by the pandemic, noting the support, care, care, encouragement and harnessing of the potentials that help them achieve their dreams and build the future of their country.

Al-Qain said: “There is no doubt that the state, since its inception, has taken care of its children in all fields, and this was evident during the Corona pandemic, and its keenness on its sons and daughters students abroad, providing the capabilities and means to ensure their safety and reassurance about them, and following up on their affairs, their families and their companions.”

He added, “Your country expects you to contribute to its progress, prosperity, security and stability, and looks forward to your return, as you eagerly look forward to fulfill your role with honesty and diligence, and to contribute to the development process, and your scholarship to study abroad came from a strategic vision based on developing cultural exchange and scientific and civilized communication between the Kingdom and countries the world”.

Ambassador Al-Qain praised the efforts of the Cultural Attaché in Madrid for standing in the service of male and female students, the constant communication with them in such circumstances, and the constant coordination with the embassy, ​​offering his thanks to everyone for their patience, awareness and national responsibility under these difficult circumstances.

He listened to the students’ interventions and their questions and suggestions, as he promised them to solve all the difficulties and obstacles standing in their way.

The meeting was attended by a number of employees of the embassy and the cultural attaché, and a number of female students who were keen to participate in this meeting.

11 June 2021 – 1 Dhu al-Qi’dah 1442

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He listened to their suggestions and promised to solve all their difficulties

The Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Kingdom of Spain, Azzam bin Abdul Karim Al-Qain, held at the embassy headquarters in Madrid today a virtual and in presence meeting with students on scholarships and studying at their own expense in Spain.

During the meeting, Ambassador Al-Qain expressed his happiness to meet the ambassadors of the country, and his desire to meet them in presence, had it not been for the circumstances imposed by the pandemic, noting the support, care, care, encouragement and harnessing of the potentials that help them achieve their dreams and build the future of their country.

Al-Qain said: “There is no doubt that the state, since its inception, has taken care of its children in all fields, and this was evident during the Corona pandemic, and its keenness on its sons and daughters students abroad, providing the capabilities and means to ensure their safety and reassurance about them, and following up on their affairs, their families and their companions.”

He added, “Your country expects you to contribute to its progress, prosperity, security and stability, and looks forward to your return, as you eagerly look forward to fulfill your role with honesty and diligence, and to contribute to the development process, and your scholarship to study abroad came from a strategic vision based on developing cultural exchange and scientific and civilized communication between the Kingdom and countries the world”.

Ambassador Al-Qain praised the efforts of the Cultural Attaché in Madrid for standing in the service of male and female students, constant communication with them in such circumstances, and permanent coordination with the embassy, ​​offering his thanks to everyone for their patience, awareness and national responsibility in these difficult circumstances.

He listened to the students’ interventions and their questions and suggestions, as he promised them to solve all the difficulties and obstacles standing in their way.

The meeting was attended by a number of embassy and cultural attaché employees, and a number of female students who were keen to participate in this meeting.





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