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New Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Morocco

The Servant of the Holy Places of Islam, King Salman Ibn Abdelaziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia, appointed Abdellah Ben Saad Al Ghariri, new ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Morocco to replace Abdelaziz Ben Mohiedine Khoja.

The new Saudi diplomat like other ambasadors appointed in different capitals around the world, gived the oath in front of the Servant of the Holy Places of Islam. The list of new ambassadors includes Oualid Ben Abdellah El Bokhari (Lebanon), Abdelaziz Ben Ibrahim Al Omairini (Algeria), Abderrahmane Ben Salem Dahas (Gabon), Oualid Ben Abdellah (Peru) and Houcein Ben Nacer Dkhil Allah (Guinea).

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