Foreign Minister visits Kingdom’s embassy in Tunisia

Tunisia Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, accompanied by Minister of State for African Countries, Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Kattan, and the accompanying delegation, visited the headquarters of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Tunisia, in the framework of his visit to the Tunisian Republic.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs was received by the Saudi Ambassador to Tunisian Republic, Muhammad bin Mahmoud Al-Ali and members of the embassy.

In a meeting with the embassy staff, the Minister of Foreign Affairs stressed the importance of the role they and their colleagues in diplomatic missions around the world in serving the interests of the Kingdom, pointing to the events that the Kingdom is preparing for, particularly the presidency of the G20 summit, which requires concerted efforts to make this important global gathering successful, and which comes as an affirmation of the pioneering role the Kingdom plays at all regional and international levels.

The Saudi Ambassador to the Republic of Tunisia held a dinner banquet in honor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the accompanying delegation.

Source: Saudi Press Agency