Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki receives advisor to Afghan President, meets with Asian sports dignitaries

Jakarta, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, Deputy Chairman of the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee (SAOC) and leader of the Saudi delegation to the Asian Games 2018 in Jakarta, received at his guest residence in Jakarta today a high-level Afghan delegation, led by Ajmal Ghani Siner, Advisor to the Afghan President; and Dr. Hafizullah Wali Rahimi, Chairman of the Afghani Olympic Committee, who is also the Director General of Physical Education Commission of his country.

They discussed ways of cooperation between the Saudi and Afghan sides in all sports fields.

Later, Prince Al-Faisal received the Executive President for Sports Sector at Dentso Kushi Nakamora Co., the world's fourth in the field of sports marketing and advertising, and a number of officials whereas they discussed cordial talks and possibilities of cooperation between the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee and the company.

Then, Al-Faisal had talks with John Bella Lindborg, Secretary General of the National Olympic 206-member Federation.

The talks dealt with a number of issues of mutual concern.

The meetings were attended by Prince Fahd bin Juluwe bin Abdulaziz, Assistant Director General for International Relations at the SAOC, who is also the manager of the delegation, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Gannas, member of the board of directors of the SAOC.

Later, Al-Faisal paid a visit to the Japanese delegation, at an invitation to attend a reception held by the Japanese mission.

During the event, he met with a number of Asian sports dignitaries, including the Chairman of the Japanese Olympic Committee; Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Japanese Olympic Games "Tokyo 2020" and a number of members of the board of the Asian Olympic Council whereas they exchanged cordial talks and important ideas.

During the tour, he was accompanied by Prince Fahd bin Juluwe bin Abdulaziz, Assistant Director of the Saudi mission at the Asian Games.

Source: Saudi Press Agency