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  • Ahmed Saleh

El-Khereiji, representing King Salman, plays key role in NAM summit

Kampala, January 19, 2024, Representing the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, the Saudi Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Eng. Waleed bin Abdulkarim El-Khereiji, played a pivotal role in today's inauguration of the 19th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) at the leaders' level. The summit, hosted in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, is poised to be a forum for comprehensive discussions on addressing major political and economic challenges worldwide.

The primary focus of the NAM summit is on devising effective solutions to global issues, encompassing both political and economic dimensions. Leaders and representatives from various brotherly and friendly nations have gathered to engage in constructive dialogues and explore avenues for multilateral cooperation, aiming to strengthen international peace and security.

Notable attendees include Ambassador Dr. Abdulaziz bin Mohamed Al-Wasel, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York City, and Saudi Ambassador to the Republic of Uganda, Jamal bin Muhammad Al-Madani. Their participation underscores the Kingdom's commitment to actively contributing to the discussions at this significant international gathering.

In addition, Mutashar Al-Enezi, the Director General of the Vice Minister’s Office, is also present at the summit, further emphasizing the high-level representation from Saudi Arabia. The collective participation of these esteemed figures reflects the Kingdom's dedication to fostering diplomatic collaboration, engaging with global partners, and playing a proactive role in addressing the multifaceted challenges facing the international community. As the summit progresses, the outcomes are anticipated to contribute to the promotion of global peace, security, and cooperation.


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